eataly. by the way, they have the quadrello as well (and it'll likely be riper) and a blue di bufala, if you're on a bufala kick (a little mild though). lots of other terrific cheeses and meats, including great speck, and probably the widest selection of prosciutto, aged for different periods, on the bone, etc. good thing i don't walk past this store more often.
puzzone di moena from trentino, properly punchy and i guess as stinky as name would suggest - for an Italian cheese, that is. washed rind, soft but firm, delicious.
toma maccagno from Piedmont - milder but not without personality.
mmmmmm... love me some mountain cheese
Where did you find them?
packed to the gills with tourists, of course. how they get people to have full-on meals and bottles of wine standing still boggles my mind
They also have a very very aged gorgonzola that is...unique. Worth a shot for some perhaps.