Setting up and opening our doors November 20th!

We’ve been busy getting ready for our opening day and judging by the number of lookie-loos its going to be an interesting first week. Our first deliveries have come and our cases are quickly being filled with delicious goodies to make your Thanksgiving table impressive and tasty!  Monday the 17th brings our beer and wine, Tuesday, our training day and …

atmooneySetting up and opening our doors November 20th!

Breaking ground and getting excited

OK. So Imagine this, without the mess, add pretty colors, some seating and a kick ass counter..can you see it? We’ve started the actual build out a couple of weeks ago, and the walls go up today..more pics to come..for sure. We are compiling a dream inventory list, which is unfortunately, devoid of many fine sheep cheeses because of the …

atmooneyBreaking ground and getting excited

It has begun!!!

The building permits are in their final stages as we begin demo on Monday. Whoopee! Lots of equipment has been bought, and my husband is slaving away in “Santa’s workshop” working on the tables in the bistro. They are gorgeous, btw. We have completed our lists for opening day inventory, and we are beyond excited for you to try all …

atmooneyIt has begun!!!

California Dreaming

The 2014 American Cheese Society was held on July 29 through August 1st in Sacramento, CA. I had a lot of high hopes for this conference and a huge checklist of things I wanted to accomplish in such a short period of time. Gosh. What a week. I’ve come back from the conference uplifted and so proud to be a …

atmooneyCalifornia Dreaming

American Cheese Society Conference 2014

On July 29th we’ll be off to Sacramento, CA for the annual ASC conference. It will be our first time at this illustrious event and we’re so excited to be around such curd nerds!! www.americancheesesociety.com Construction update: Well, apparently, it’s the busiest construction period in years. What does that have to do with The Fox and the Crow? The building …

atmooneyAmerican Cheese Society Conference 2014

Busy like a bee!!!

Operation store opening is in full effect. We are currently waiting for our Liquor Licensing approval, which, knock on wood, happens on July 16th. We’ve got plans that are awaiting the city’s approval and we’re waiting…In the mean time, we’ve been working on the managerial side of the business, training manuals, employee handbooks..and hiring!! We are now a staff of …

atmooneyBusy like a bee!!!

Nantucket…its not just part of a limerick!

Last week, we were able to join friends in Nantucket for the annual Wine Festival. Needless to say, we jumped at the chance to get some salt air, sample some great wine, and of course, eat some wonderful New England cheese! Nantucket, MA is a sleepy island 24 miles away from the mainland. It is comprised by some of the …

atmooneyNantucket…its not just part of a limerick!

Before Pic

From humble beginnings: this is our plain vanilla shop.  See that ceiling? Buh Bye. It’s a blank slate that will become your “go to” place. Can’t wait for the transformation to begin!

atmooneyBefore Pic

We have signed a lease!!

Yes, the cats’ out of the bag. We have signed a lease at the ScotchPines Village,  the corner of Lemay and Drake.  We will be located in the same courtyard as Starbucks and Sprouts…SWEET! The Fox and the Crow is a super fantastic fit for this area: great parking, neighborhood, and convenience. We are psyched to start construction and to …

atmooneyWe have signed a lease!!

Our Easter week

What a week. Seriously. We were fortunate to celebrate Easter Sunday with good friends who also happen to be neighbors..lucky us. We started the holiday dinner with various cheeses: 1000 day Gouda, two offerings from the Cowgirl creamery: Mt Tam and the washed rind version, Red Hawk, and finally a Sottocenere with Truffles. Um. You had me at truffles. We …

atmooneyOur Easter week