Trader's Point Creamery Lunch at The Loft – A MUST GO!


If you haven’t ever visited the Trader’s Point Creamery, then you have to add it to your "To Do" list of items in the near future.

As you can see from the photo, the results of the meal looks to me like it was a pleased local blogger, happy with their choice of nutrients for the day.


We started off with "The Point" cheese plate.

A sampling of our award-winning cheeses — chouda and fromage (herb, plain, spicy) are showcased with fruit, raisin pecan bread, and house-made crackers.

What a great opening to the meal that really showcased the products that were readily available in their store downstairs.


Our meals then consisted of today’s "special" which was a Fiesta Stuffed Burger. The burger consisted of a delicious and generous beef patty stuffed with the fromage blanc cheese, a beautiful, red, farm-grown tomato, a slice of avocado on a sesame wheat bun with a spicy aioli mayo. Absolutely fantastic! For a side-dish I chose the beets and sweet potato chips and my colleague chose the chilled, Thai noodles salad with a light peanut sauce.

Although we were stuffed, our waitress tempted us with a dessert of their Dutch chocolate milk or organic ice-cream. We eventually caved for a sample spoon of the coffee ice-cream, which turned out to be the perfect palate cleanser.

We’ll be adding this lunch location to our weekly rotation and I strongly encourage you to do the same. You can get directions from their website.

Join them for Oktoberfest 2008

If you’d like to find out more about Trader’s Point Creamery and see what they have you can participate in their Oktoberfest event that’s taking place on Sunday, October 26th from 12pm-6pm.

Live music by PolkaBoy, Hayrides, Bonfires, Pumpkin Patch, Face Painting, Cow Milking, Petting Zoo & Sample Award-winning organic cheese and yogurt. Traditional German Food, Beer, and Wine available for purchase.

Tickets are $10 at the gate the day of or $8 if you stop by and have lunch and purchase some tickets in advance. What’s even better is that all proceeds go to benefit Traders Point Historic Districts, which consists of over 7,000 acres of greenspace in Traders Point and the surrounding areas.