Drive by this place 2 times a week and NEVER saw them. Meat was extremely high quality and the service, including tips on how to cook properly, ensured 4 great meals!
Some of the best meats I've ever purchased. Will definitely return when I am in Scottsdale.
They only allowed you to select from a predetermined selection of meats. The only items available were checiken breasts, brats, pork chops and ground pork; No red meat at all. Also, there was no fresh meat to select from, all was flash frozen.
Only allowed to buy certain items. Very small selection.
staff person was very helpful
They did not say the Groupon was for limited items.
The Groupon was limited to 'selected' items which did not contain any items I would have gone out of my way to shop for at a butcher named "Bull" Market, ie chicken, brats, sausage, pork chops. All Groupon items that were offered were frozen vs the other fresh items in the store. I purchased this Groupon to 'try' items out to possibly return if satisfied, since I was unable to utilize the discount on items I would have liked to 'try', I will not drive our of my way to return to the store.
Friendly staff, great products, everything I've tried so far is delicious!!! Will keep going back!!
It is not a butcher shop, it is a store with frozen meat and poultry. Unfortunately, we found the employee's were unknowledgeable and acted bored when you asked a question. I'll stick with the local markets & Costco.
Why limit the groupon to certain items? Why not encourage groupon holders to buy your best stuff - something they may not have done without the groupon.
From Our Editors
The Bull Market’s owners Paul Savage and Clint Oliver have nearly 50 years of meat experience between them, which they draw upon as they meticulously curate cuts of pork, veal, lamb, poultry, and beef. Before hand trimming each steak the meat connoisseurs age it under regulated temperatures and conditions for a minimum of 21 days, ensuring optimal tenderness and taste. Unlike traditional grocery store beef cuts, the market’s Angus beef must meet quality and marbling standards so rigorous that only 12% of the country’s beef qualifies to stock their premium Angus steak. Similarly high standards govern the shop’s dry-aged beef and USDA prime beef, as well as its other meats, to ensure patrons never encounter excess gristle or meat-wrapped softball tees masquerading as T-bone steaks.
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