Raise your hand if you love charcuterie boards but don’t like to make them. Don’t worry, there are plenty of locally owned charcuterie businesses that will do it for you.
From the shopping, pairing, design, and delivery, these businesses will make the board of your dreams for a variety of occasions. We rounded up five local charcuterie businesses for your meat and cheese needs.
The Board Couple, 2218 N. Zarzamora 78201
Founders Monica Nino and Bryan Gonzales have taken the world of charctuerie and flipped it on its head by transforming traditional boards + turning them into edible pieces of art. Not only do they create, deliver, and ship boards, but the duo also offers classes, wine club memberships, and more.
Charcuterie 2 GoGo, Online
Priscilla Ann and Kippa Lee offer a variety of charcuterie boards and boxes for their customers. Their products range from charcuterie cups and buratta boxes, to a charcuterie soirée. Check out their Facebook page for availability.
Graze Haus, Online
This woman-owned company founded by Mariah Pena got its start in August 2020. Graze Haus offers personal charcuterie cones, boards, and more. Head over to their Instagram to place an order.
Festive and Fine Charcuterie Designs LLC, Online
Sarah Urrabazo has been creating charcuterie cups, boards, and grazing tables for various events + special occasions since January 2022. She also provides sweet treats and San Antonio’s version of hoodrat snacks. Order you next board on the business’s Instagram page.
Little Picnic, Online
Lindsey Aston turned her charcuterie board hobby into a full-fledged business in January 2022. She creates charcuterie cups, to-go boxes, and grazing tables for your special occasion. Sign up for a private workshop for you and your friends.