When I first started this blog I posted about places in Ohio I would like to visit. I have visited some of them since then, but there are still many places on my list. Now as my time here is dwindling, there are sights and sounds around the state I want to spotlight. Some are old-time favorites, others I have been introduced to only recently and the rest are places on my to-do list. These places include restaurants, museums, gardens and other institutions, all reasons why I truly do love this state.
My last installment was about Fellows Riverside Gardens. Up this week is Cheese Haven in Port Clinton.
Cheese Haven is a store that sells lots and lots of cheese, along with cheese spreads, sausage, mustard, beer and various other foodstuffs.
I’m pretty simple when it comes to cheese, and I stick to purchasing cheddar, which is delicious.
The side of the building pretty much explains what the store has to offer. And with 125 kinds of cheese available, you should be able to find one you will enjoy, but beware, the store has a distinct cheesy smell. And while here, be sure to have some Toft’s ice cream (made in Sandusky); an ice cream parlor is located in the plaza across the street.
Cheese Haven is located at 2920 E. Harbor Road, Port Clinton. It’s hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.
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