With the first snow in the Sierra, we can consider that the season of raclette is officially opened! Here are some places to find some in San Francisco.
Matterhorn Restaurant and Bakery Recently opened by Natalie and Jason Horwath, two Americans who have lived in Switzerland for several years, this is our favorite address for a ready made solution! Organic products, some made locally, they will delight your palate. The Horwath took over the restaurant closed for a year, did a little deco refresh while preserving the original Swiss chalet aspect, installed a miniature train and added a cable car cabin! Alpine atmosphere guaranteed. Check the fondues menu too!
-> If you want to sample their products, sign up for our screening of Les Bronzés font du Ski. Matterhorn Restaurant will make you taste their products before the projection.
Where to buy the cheese to eat a raclette at home
Say Cheese – Say Cheese on Cole Street sells 3 types of raclette: French, Swiss and American from Vermont. You can order by phone and they will prepare it in individual slices.
Say Cheese – 856 Cole Street, San Francisco – More Info
La Fromagerie – Three retail stores where to find Raclette de Savoie.
The Dogpatch Fromagerie on 23rd St, San Francisco
The Fromagerie of SoMa angle Mission and 1st Street, San Francisco
The Montgomery Cheese Factory in the Financial District, San Francisco
Cheese Plus has French and also an American raclette from Vermont. A reduced price on one or the other if you buy at least 5 pounds.
Cheese Plus – 2001 Polk Street, San Francisco
Cheese Boutique cheese and charcuterie in Glen Park neighborhood
660 Chenery St- San Francisco
Frenchery – Raclette de Savoie online and delivered to your door. Delivery fees depends on the amount of the order.
Trader Joe’s – As often, it’s a seasonal product at Trader Joe’s … but it’s now. Packaged pre-sliced, well conditioned, this is a convenient solution to travel.. the odor remains locked in…
And for the charcuterie, you can check out Fabrique Délices’ products.