The cheese dairy resumes the production of sandwiches

A team photo of Fat Canary and The Cheese Shop, both owned by the Power family. (Courtesy of Mary Ellen Power Rogers.)

WILLIAMSBURG — After temporarily suspending service, The Cheese Shop announced that it has resumed making sandwiches.

The store, located at 410 W. Duke of Gloucester Street in Merchants Square, has resumed service after temporarily suspending it last December. Despite the dynamism of the company, the service was temporarily suspended due to a lack of sufficient staff to meet the increased demand.

In December, Managing Director Cathy Power Pattisal told WYDaily’s Dominic Catacora: “In the last few weeks of the year, our business is really focused on food specialties, cheese, wine and beer. The sandwich business is not as busy. So we had to decide where was the best place to take a break, and this is the best place for that.

The Cheese Shop continued to offer beloved staples like its house dressing, sliced ​​meat and a wide selection of cheeses for its consumers.

However, the sandwich-making hiatus ended and just in time for Spring Break.

Each day, The Cheese Shop will offer two different sandwiches and make them fresh every day from opening to closing. The selection of sandwiches will be available in the shop’s take-out case along with Fat Canary soup, sliced ​​meats (such as roast beef, ham and turkey), cheeses, salads (such as chicken, tuna and eggs), as well as slices of French bread.

It is important to note that online ordering of sandwiches is not available due to staff.

Plus, The Cheese Shop continues to be well stocked with cheeses, specialty foods, wines, beers and its house dressing.

For more information, please visit The Cheese Shop website.

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