Charcuterie board company Casero is opening a storefront in the Mueller neighborhood soon. The shop will open at 2100 Robert Browning St. on Wednesday, June 2.
Casero makes charcuterie, cheese, and crudite boards, as well as pates, pickles, and mustards to go on them. The boards make use of local products like jams from South Lamar shop Confituras and honey from Two Hives, and come in three sizes which can feed four to 16 people. Customers can order one of several types of boards (like the Louise with five cheeses, honeycomb, dried and fresh fruits, nuts, and jam) or create a custom board.
While the cheese boards are currently only available by advance order, there are plans to expand Casero’s services at the storefront.
Casero was founded in 2019 by Jackie Letelier as a way to recreate the beautiful spreads from her family’s farm in Chile (casero means “home” in Spanish). Casero has been operating out of Confituras, and the boards are currently available at various places around Austin, including the Texas AVA tasting room shared by Texas winemakers C.L. Butaud and Wine for the People.
Casero isn’t the only cheese shop in the Mueller area. Vegan cheese shop Rebel Cheese is nearby.
Casero will be open at the new location for curbside service and delivery Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and orders must be placed by 5 p.m. the previous day.