Ever dreamt of having a cute charcuterie date right at home? What about a grazing date? Whatever your preference, both boards are full of grapes, biscuits, and cheeses that pair perfectly with a nice glass of red wine. If you’re a homebody couple looking for a romantic night in, or just a couple of friends in search of some yummy snacks for your movie marathon, these local Instagram shops have the best packages for you.
Graze for Days
Get a square box, a round box, or even a solo box — they’re all specially made and crafted for you. In its largest offering, Graze for Days includes three different kinds of cured meat, a serving of honey and jam, cheeseballs, and more! Send them an email or DM to place your order now.
Holy Graze Ph
Get sweet with Holy Graze’s unique grazing boxes! From Petite (2pax) to Super Party Box (15-18pax), their boxes come in varying sizes to best accommodate your party. Customers with a sweet tooth can also add the shop’s burnt cheesecakes and letter cakes to their order.
AP Grazing Table
AP Grazing Table offers cans, boxes, and platters filled to the brim with fresh fruit, assorted cheeses, crackers, and jam. As a business that “grazes every occasion,” they also cater to large parties with their various grazing tables packages. Check out their Instagram page to see what add-ons are available for your next grazing party!
With two special box collections, Charcuteriebox aims to give customers the best charcuterie experience. The signature collection boxes feature various assortments that include truffle honey and dried fruits, while their noir boîte collection (to be available this September) is a larger serving that incorporates Ferrero Rocher chocolates and premium cold cuts. Customers may also personalize their order and even avail of the shop’s deliciously luxe caviar pie.
Munchies by Grace
Enjoy wine night with this picture-perfect shop. Munchies by Grace sells mouthwatering charcuterie boxes stacked with biscoff, olives, assorted cheese, and even edible flowers! Check out their menu online to look through the sweet treats they also sell (ahem, cheesecake).