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My family always stops here when going to visit the beach from where we live in the valley. It is a wonderful little pit stop. There is food and ice cream and drinks here. All sorts of types of their cheese for sale and samples.
We read up on this creamery and were super excited to go and taste their cheddar cheese. We were disappointed to find the only ones being sampled was some kind of white cheese with a variety of flavors (garlic, peppers, blueberry). They basically all ended...More
I have been in several times as I am in the area for a couple months. There are never any samples and when asked what time of day to come in (after trying four different times of day) was given a very rude response. If...More
Sample all the cheese and then take some home with you! Face Rock makes excellent cheese! Some of my favorites are the Vampire Slayer garlic curds and the Aged Cheddar. We did not order food but the sandwich menu looked good! There is also an...More
For a couple of buck you receive a mega cone or cup of (Umphqua) ice cream.
The main products made at the Creamery are cheeses. You can view part of the cheese-making process through plate glass windows. There are offerings of other cheeses and deli...More
After we parked, we entered into the Face Rock Creamery. we looked around and found they sold lots of cookies, drinks and ice-cream as well.
At times, they show how they do their ice-cream.
The ice-cream was not expensive: 5$.
I had taken two scoops....More
I totally agree with those who say that the ice cream is great and served in good portion sizes, and that the tasting of the gourmet cheeses is a treat (be sure to take some home), but there are also other local treats available such...More