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February 10, 2014
December 10, 2011
· February 10, 2018
What You'll Get
Once regarded as upstanding members of society, butchers experienced a brief fall from glory during the early twentieth century due to their notoriously wild hot tub parties and documented association with unscrupulous bakers and candlestick makers. Help restore the wholesome reputation of the friendly neighborhood butcher with today's Groupon to Hobe Meats on 16th Street. For nearly 50 years, Hobe Meats has been slicing fresh cuts of USDA Prime and Choice mid-west meats, sourced directly from The Greater Omaha Packing Company, for the protein-powered masses. Unlike immature steaks and chops that spoil carnal appetites with off-color dinner conversation, Hobe's meats are aged for a minimum of 30 days to achieve optimum flavor and tenderness without the use of sodium nitrates or preservatives. Stop in to the old time butcher shoppe for some old-fashioned one-on-one customer service, and check out the bundle packs of corn-fed Nebraska beef, as well as everything from homemade sausages to raw, natural pet foods.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 9, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for $5 BBQ Saturdays or turkey purchases. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Hobe Meats
Bret Pont honed his meat-carving skills for 25 years as a Valley Grocers butcher before buying 50-year-old Hobe Meats, he told the Arizona Republic. Behind the counter, Pont helps customers locate and prepare the ideal meat by elucidating the qualities of strip steaks, rib-eye roasts, and other cuts of USDA Prime and Choice beef. Each option originates from cows that dine exclusively on corn, grass, and chocolate-dipped strawberries. All of the shop's meats are untouched by preservatives, growth hormones, and antibiotics. This policy extends to pork and chicken, which contain neither sodium nitrates nor fillers. When fed the shop's raw, natural pet foods, dogs have been known to teach themselves new tricks.