Dairy King - Bowers Fancy Dairy Products is not to be missed. The
award-winning curdsmen and -women stock international cheeses alongside hand-dipped Cherry Glen chevre and Meadow Creek Dairy’s
Grayson. “For years, it was the only place chefs would go to stock up on cheese. They have everything.”
On Your Market, Get Set, Eastern Market Secrets by Peter Smith, June 26, 2009
In the heart of Eastern Market, Bowers Fancy Dairy Products is a largely unsung gem for cheese-lovers
on Capitol Hill and throughout the District. If you haven't checked it out yet, you definitely should! D.C. Foodies
The Politics of Dining, Bowers Fancy Dairy Products at Eastern Market by Mike Bober, Oct 19, 2007
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An Eastern Market institution, Bowers has been selling quality cheeses since 1964. Its selection includes hundreds
of varieties of both domestic and imported cheeses flown in from around the world. You will find the familiar, the lesser-known
and the hard-to-get, including a large selection of French, Dutch and English soft and hard cheeses. Raclette, used in the
Swiss fondue dish, also is stocked. The attitude is down-home friendly, and domestic cheeses are treated with the same care
as the imported ones. Gayot, the Guide to the Good Life
Geographic Traveler Magazine
our D.C.-based staff makes recommendations.
With such vendors as Bowers’ Fancy Dairy, the Eastern Market is
one of the city’s best-kept secrets. Nothing compares to Capitol Hill’s Eastern Market, where you can shop for fresh vegetables and fruits, meats and cheeses, and pies
and cookies. Arrive early for “Blue Bucks,” buckwheat pancakes topped with fresh blueberries. Photograph by
National Geographic Traveler Magazine February 2002
look forward to seeing you at The Market!