The Best Charcuterie and Cheese Boards in Nashville

In Honor of Spring's Upcoming Bounty

Spring is here and we’re rounding the corner to summer. That means it’s time for sipping rosé on the patio with some friends! What’s not to love about a plate of meats, especially when it’s often served with cheese and wine? Luckily for us, Nashville’s food scene is thriving, and offers hundreds of amazing dishes to choose from. As this can become overwhelming, here are 5 of the best restaurants in Nashville for charcuterie and cheese lovers.

Barcelona Wine Bar


Charcuterie + Cheese $6.50 for one, $17.50 for three

Louie’s Wine Dive


Create Your Own Cheese + Charcuterie – your choice below served with focaccia bread | crackers | cornichon relish | bacon jam | apples | dijon mustard SELECT THREE | additional items 4 each

delice de cremiere triple créme | france
piave vecchio | italy
snow white goat cheddar | wisconsin
new woman jamaican spice infused | washington
caveman blue cheese | oregon

olympia provisions pork pistachio pate
creminelli barolo salami
creminelli prosciutto
fermín serrano lomo
smoking goose gin & juice lamb sausage

Gray & Dudley


Southern Cured Meats and Cheeses – celery crackers, mustard, pickles, candied black walnuts $24



At Sinema Restaurant + Bar we are passionate about all things food and beverage, and our Artisanal Cheese and Charcuterie offerings epitomizes this mantra. Our Artisanal Cheese program is led by our Executive Chef, Kyle Patterson & Beverage Director, Steve Macri.
Our goal is simply to offer an ever evolving array of the world’s finest small batch, handcrafted, artisanally made cheeses that have been matured to their optional ripeness along with the very best domestic charcuterie and thoughtfully selected accompaniments.

The Fox Bar & Cocktail Club

We always say yes to charcuterie… especially when meat roses are involved. Photo credit: @sarakiesling

 CHARCUTERIE — CHOOSE FROM BELOW: 4/$18, 6/$26, OR 8/$34

(The Spotted Trotter, Atlanta, GA / Smoking Goose, Indianapolis, IN)
Duck Prosciutto • Coppa • Bresaola • Chorizo Salami • Pig And Fig Terrine

(The Bloomy Rind, Nashville, TN)
Julianna (Goat’s Milk Brie) • Somerset White Cheddar • Alpha Tolman • Hops • Gorgonzola Dolce

(BeHive, Nashville, TN)
“Pepperoni” • “Chorizo” • “Apple Herb Brat” • “Turkey” • “Pastrami”

(Miyoko’s Creamery, Fairfax CA)
French Style Truffle • Double Cream Chive • Black Ash • Sharp Farmhouse • Laura’s Pimento

Want to really step up your Spring entertaining? Try making one at home! Trader Joe’s is one of my favorite places to shop! 

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Mary Ann Kaylor Griffiths

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