We're not sure if there is any cheese-based art in the AGO, but there might be soon. 

Graze and Glory is a Toronto charcuterie box boutique that delivers its gorgeous platters right to people's doorsteps.

Opened in October 2020 by owner Alexa Kowaltchuk, the company can help you get your cheese and baguette fix without getting off your couch.

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They offer pre-made boxes packed with meat, cheese, flowers, and fruit for groups of four to 20 people, and customers can also order a custom-made platter or a holiday-themed box.

You can also get boxes that are designed for just one or two people, for when you're not quite in the sharing mood.

With Toronto in lockdown, the company is offering delivery in the city — they just need 48 hours to confirm the order after they've been messaged on their Instagram.

There's a $5 delivery fee on all orders, with a $0.75 surcharge for every kilometre they have to travel outside of their West Toronto delivery region.

And if the boxes taste half as good as they look, it'd be more than worth it.

Graze and Glory

Price: 💸💸

Cuisine: Charcuterie

Address: Delivery Only

Why You Need To Go: Graze and Glory offers beautiful charcuterie boxes packed to the brim with holiday goodies. 


 
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