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Harry’s Cheese and Cold Cuts is a required stop when visiting Haymarket, one of Boston’s favorite open air markets. The combination of quality and affordability at this shop are unmatched, making it a very popular destination for New England foodies. Harry’s is undoubtedly a small establishment, but the selection of meats and cheeses is extraordinary. While perusing the store, Harry himself is available to answer any questions and offer samples. After just one conversation with the shop’s owner, it is evident how passionate and knowledgable he is about the products that he carries.
From the onion chive cotswold to the spiced havarti, Harry’s Cheese and Cold Cuts has a wide variety of cheeses that are not always easy to find. Same goes for the meats — whether you’re in the market for soppressata or mortadella, this no-frills store has you covered. You may want to wake up a little earlier to maximize your Harry’s experience however, as it is not unusual for this shop to be picked clean by the afternoon on busy days.