Build a Lowcountry charcuterie board

We’ve rounded up local spots for you to procure meats, cheeses, jams and jellies, crackers, olives, nuts, and more for your next charcuterie board.

A cheese board from goat.sheep.cow.

What’s your favorite cheese to have on a charcuterie board? We love brie, havarti, and aged gouda.

Photo by @goatsheepcow

Wanna take your charcuterie board from grate to un-brie-lievably delicious? We’ve got you covered — with a little help from some local spots, of course. Whether it’s for a family picnic, a get together with friends, or a date night — these six businesses have everything you need to craft an unforgettable charcuterie board.

Wisconsin Meat and Cheese, 1027 Folly Rd. Ste. 2 | What to find there: Meats, cheeses, jams, jellies, olives, and crackers

Ted’s Butcherblock, 334 E. Bay St. | What to find there: Meats and cheeses, olives, pickled items, jams, jellies, and crackers

New York Butcher Shoppe, Multiple locations | What to find there: Meats and cheeses, pickled items, jams, jellies, and crackers


You can also find a selection of wines at goat.sheep.cow.

goat.sheep.cow., 106 Church St. + 804 Meeting St., Ste. 102 | What to find there: Meats, cheese, crackers, jams, jellies, olive oils, and vinegars. Bonus: Call ahead to order a custom cheese board

Lowcountry Olive Oil, 272 Meeting St. | What to find there: Olive oils and vinegars, jams, jellies, pickled goods, and nuts

Avondale Wine & Cheese Bar, 813 Savannah Hwy. | What to find there: Choose from the wine bar’s selection of meats, cheeses, and extras to build a custom to-go charcuterie board.

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If you’re a first-timer to charcuterie construction, worry not. Check out these tips on how to assemble the perfect charcuterie board.