Eating a hearty steak makes you feel like a king, much like wearing a crown or banishing the dog to a small island in the South Atlantic. Rule with a silver fork with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Fresh Meats and Handmade Sausage
Browse a variety of items such as freshly cut steaks ($4.99-$11.99/lb.), marketmade fresh sausage ($3.99/lb.), pork chops ($2.99-$3.99/lb.), chicken ($0.69-$3.69/lb.), and ground beef ($2.49-$4.59/lb.). Prices are subject to market changes, but the shoppe focuses on offering low prices every day. In addition, the shoppe also carries fresh and frozen produce and a large selection of sauces and marinades.
The Butcher Shoppe
At The Butcher Shoppe, handcrafting sausage and sculpting fresh cuts of meat is a family legacy. Owner Kevin Green and his son Jordan will tell you that serving as a local expert on meat is not just a job; it's a way of life. When the father-son team welcomed Troy Moon of the Pensacola News Journal into their store, Jordan showed off his extensive beef knowledge, knife skills, and the tattoo on his arm, which depicts a snarling steak holding a butcher's knife in each hand. When asked how long he planned to work for his dad, the ambitious and dedicated youth replied, "Hopefully until he either gives up this one to me, or we open another one." Given their talent and close connection with their customers, that may not be a bad idea.
In addition to prime, certified Angus and choice beef, the duo showcases specialty items such as bison and alligator, providing a “how-to” cooking guide with each cut in order to ensure the best flavor. They also turn their patrons' wild game into sausage—adding hot Cajun spices, maple, or sage for an extra kick—and handpick marinades and barbecue sauces that are ideal for slathering on grilled meats or making slip ‘n’ slide journeys more flavorful.
96% of 274 customers recommend
“small non-descript business but good value/quality on items I purchased - good experience”
“Great meats and great service”
“Excellent meat and great personal service.”