Concord Cheese Shop

We love food. We love to eat. We love what we do. All the way. There is a precious intimacy, particularly in a harried world like ours, in the exchange of food between strangers. The personal connection between each of us and you is of the highest priority. Each new employee is asked what they think we sell here. The answers vary, and some think they’re right with “fine foods” or “fresh food” but that’s not it. We offer a customer experience. Here, you are served – yes, there is the necessary of exchange of goods and cash, but we are here because we believe in a considered and compassionate and playful customer experience. One must eat to live, but why would one leave it at that? We are here to advocate on behalf of the food, where is comes from and who makes it, and we are here to advocate on behalf of you, for you to relish what you eat, and be nourished in body and in mind.

Contact Information

29 Walden Street Concord, MA 01742

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Phone: 978-369-5778

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Reviews

Bernadette A.   September 28, 2020
Love this place! Great selection of wine and cheese...not to mention other delicious treats for r sweet tooth.
Garrett M.   September 21, 2020
Great sandwiches and wide selection of cheese, wine, and other snacks. Highly recommend!
Polly H.   August 6, 2020
Love Love Love The Best Cheese Shop in the world. Today, though, It was not the warm, happy, welcoming store of the past. I think, if the owners are super...
Christine Chao   July 23, 2020
This place has everything you need to create the perfect wine and cheese night! Very knowledgeable staff - ordered some great Brie from France here.
Maya Minkin   July 19, 2020
The Concord Cheese Shop has the most professional and knowledgeable staff. We especially want to thank Steve with whom we had a virtual wine and cheese tasting once before. For this event we placed an order for a family party and Steve made a video to accompany fifteen wonderful cheeses. The video provided the family with such insight and learning about the cheese makers and cheese at large. This was a great way to enjoy good cheese and learn a great deal. Thank you to the staff for great cheese and great narration!! (The wine in pic is not from the cheese shop, but they have excellent wines). Celiac friendly and safe in terms of gluten free practices.
charles kreysa   July 15, 2020
Always great and tasty cheeses. Enjoy!
M. Kaseweter   July 14, 2020
Lacks the full cheese-buying experience, with COVID-19 precautions in place.
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Zachary Donaldson   December 29, 2017
Wonderful Selection! If you go make sure you talk to Stacey, great customer service and knowledge about my selection. It was busy but I can see why, can’t beat awesome cheese and a historic location. My fondue will be perfect.
Diana Nguyen   December 26, 2017
If I had to describe heaven on Earth, it would look pretty similar to The Concord Cheese Shop. When you walk in, there is a whole counter top and fridge full of all the types of cheeses one could ever want to sample. To the right are shelves full of wine, specialty teas, and all the snacks and accompaniments you’d want. In the back corner, there’s a deli counter with sandwiches and salami. If there’s a lot of people, the process is you take a yellow ticket and wait to be called up to get serviced. If you don’t need anything cut or portioned, you won’t need a ticket. I ended up spending about $100 for two bottles of wine ($6 each from Portugal), 6 cheeses, cashews, salami, and amazing customer service. It’s a little pricey, but you pay for the quality of the cheeses, well worth it, especially since you get to sample the cheeses before you get them. Sometimes the people at the counter will cut too much and will share some with other people. But all the staff are wicked knowledgeable on the cheeses so just share some things that you’re looking for and they’ll give you some ideas of what to get! It can be quite busy around the holidays (especially when I went 3 days before Christmas), so make sure you’re not in a rush. Parking can be tricky since it’s in Downtown Concord, but there’s a ton of street parking in the area. I hope you enjoy this shop as much as I do!
Diana Nguyen   December 26, 2017
If I had to describe heaven on Earth, it would look pretty similar to The Concord Cheese Shop. When you walk in, there is a whole counter top and fridge full of all the types of cheeses one could ever want to sample. To the right are shelves full of wine, specialty teas, and all the snacks and accompaniments you’d want. In the back corner, there’s a deli counter with sandwiches and salami. If there’s a lot of people, the process is you take a yellow ticket and wait to be called up to get serviced. If you don’t need anything cut or portioned, you won’t need a ticket. I ended up spending about $100 for two bottles of wine ($6 each from Portugal), 6 cheeses, cashews, salami, and amazing customer service. It’s a little pricey, but you pay for the quality of the cheeses, well worth it, especially since you get to sample the cheeses before you get them. Sometimes the people at the counter will cut too much and will share some with other people. But all the staff are wicked knowledgeable on the cheeses so just share some things that you’re looking for and they’ll give you some ideas of what to get! It can be quite busy around the holidays (especially when I went 3 days before Christmas), so make sure you’re not in a rush. Parking can be tricky since it’s in Downtown Concord, but there’s a ton of street parking in the area. I hope you enjoy this shop as much as I do!
Bryn Weiler   February 27, 2017
So many amazing options here and the cheesemongers are so helpful in finding the right cheese. The takeaway sandwiches are great too.