Since its 2018 opening, Chilly Spring Cheese Store has been dedicated to celebrating the standard and breadth of choices from artisanal cheese makers and dairy producers in Hudson Valley and higher Northeast.
The Principal Road store was based by cheese-obsessed theater director Timothy Haskell and his spouse Rebeca Ramirez, whose ardour remodeled the small Principal Road house right into a heat, welcoming emporium the place clients can uncover and help artisanal dairy farms, similar to Chaseholm Farm in Pine Plains, 4 Fats Fowl in Stephentown, and Nettle Meadow Farm in Luzerne.
Along with a rotating number of cheese, the store additionally affords all method of regionally made sundries, together with butter, yogurt, jams, honey, charcuterie, and fresh-baked bread, in addition to breakfast and lunch sandwiches, present baskets, and party-ready charcuterie boards.
In February, Haskell and Ramirez introduced that Chilly Spring Cheese Store could be underneath new possession. Taking the helm are Newburgh residents Caroline Sansone, a media skilled who labored for Haskell’s productions in New York Metropolis and her husband Scott McGibney, who owns the Brooklyn espresso store Wyckoff Star, and Erin Browning, a restaurant trade skilled skilled in Michelin-starred institutions. A number of new adjustments that buyers can stay up for embody on-line ordering and native catering.
“When Tim and Rebeca popped up in my life once more, it was kismet,” says Sansone. “The store is their imaginative and prescient and our objective is to take care of and help that, whereas including somewhat sparkle on high.”
Chilly Spring Cheese Store
104 Principal Road, Chilly Spring