A well-rounded diet embraces eats from all the food pyramid's categories, including meat, soft rocks, water, and vitamin water. Assemble a complete meal with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of meats and prepared foods at Prime Time Butcher. Today's deal is good at both Prime Time Butcher locations in Roslyn Heights and Woodbury.
Family owned for more than 30 years, Prime Time Butcher carves out choice slabs of meat and prepares convenient ready-to-eat meals for preeminent dining. Butchers hand-select cuts of prime dry-aged beef, such as a tender dry-aged prime sirloin steak ($27.96 for 2 lb.) that falls off the bone with the grace of a texting tightrope walker. Steak burgers flip onto the grill in various ground forms, including half-pound ground-sirloin patties ($3.50), third-pound seasoned porterhouse pucks ($2.75), and quarter-pound Bliss Burgers ($2.25) forged from a melt-in-your-mouth synthesis of brisket and short ribs. All-natural chicken and turkey selections hail from vegetable-fed and antibiotic-free poultry, and come in a variety of forms including whole roasters ($11.29), boneless capon breasts seasoned with basil ($6.99 each), and a turkey teriyaki steak ($8.98 for 1 lb.), and a rack of baby-back ribs ($23.98) or a bone-in leg of lamb roast ($29.99 for half leg) offer up a succulent feast for both dinner plates and toothbrushes.
Prime Time Butcher
Prime Time Butcher still wraps cuts of fresh meat in charming paper parcels. Owned by the same family for more than 30 years, the shop ages cuts of Prime beef, from chopped sirloin to london broil, in Prime Time's dry coolers alongside USDA Choice cuts such as standing rib roast. The shop's Bliss Burger patties are conjured from a blend of ground brisket and short ribs.
Prime Time Butcher also stocks a cornucopia of prepared foods, such as beef lasagna and beef-stuffed cabbage, or classic sandwich fillings such as genoa salami and Boar's Head bologna. Customers can custom-order catering and party packages to feed hungry partiers with entrees such as chicken marsala and eggplant parmesan, sides of teriyaki rice and house-made potato chips, and platters of cookies that disguise Cookie Monster's jury summons.