Like a four-leaf clover or a dictionary containing the Inuit word for summer, a good butcher can be hard to find. Celebrate meaty discoveries with today's Groupon to Findley's Butcher Shop, which has locations in Acworth and Cartersville. Choose between the following options:
- For $17, you get a half-deer processing, which covers two hinds or two shoulders (a $35 value).
- For $35, you get a full-deer processing, which covers a full whitetail deer (a $70 value).
Findley's Butcher Shop's precision slicers neatly carve fresh meats and process wild game in a full-service facility while showcasing the diligence that earned them the title of Best Butcher from CityVoter Atlanta in 2008. Hunters can convey the unwieldy forms of muscular deer or the more portable bodies of legendary half-deer to the shop, where skilled hands prepare meat harvests. Each customer's game is carefully kept separate, ensuring hunters go home with their own hard-earned trophies as opposed to the mysterious meats of another. Four to five days from the initial drop, ungainly game will be fully transformed into frozen steak, roasts, ground meat, or various specialty products (additional fees for specialty products).
Findley's Butcher Shop asks that patrons claim their venison within seven days after receiving notification that the order is ready, as freezer space is limited and constantly in demand by visiting puffins. This Groupon covers the deposit, but customers must turn in a processing form alongside skinned and quartered animal products, properly fill out a deer tag, and complete any half-finished crossword puzzles found on the animal. Findley's butchers request that meat dressers retain the shanks, as they are used to hang meat during the aging process. Any unwanted meat will be donated to local charities.
Findley's Butcher Shop
It’s not hard to find cuts of meat that rival those at restaurants—if you live near Findley’s. Whether grilling outdoors or searing steak on the stove, the butcher shop supplies quality cuts and wild game that boost your meal offerings at home. Angus beef, Berkshire pork, and Ashley Farms organic chicken are just a few of the shop’s markers of meat quality, though raw meat isn’t the only currently the team works with. Among of the central parts of Findley’s processes is a smokehouse that produces fresh jerky, smoked sausage, brisket, and other specialties.
Through a special-order program, the crew also packs customer coolers with items such as caviar, catfish, and fois gras. Alternatively, anyone with little time to spend in the kitchen can grab items from the shop’s selection of heat-and-eat foods such as baby back ribs and twice-baked potatoes. To give customers a unique insight into the shop’s processes, Findley’s also encourages new customers to take free tours of the shop’s backstage areas to see the processes Findley’s is so proud of and to get their bacon autographed.