Steak is the breakfast of champions, the lunch of kings, the dinner of industrial barons, and the dessert of T. rexes. Enjoy high-quality cuts regardless of social or philosophical status with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of all-natural meat at Victorian Farmstead in Sebastopol.
Adam and Laura Parks of Victorian Farmstead furnish customers with grass-fed meats raised on their farm's free-range pastures in West Sonoma and Marin County. One hundred percent grass-fed cattle yield distinctively flavorful beef in offerings such as bone-in new york strip steaks ($18/lb.), london broil ($12/lb.), and pot roast ($9/lb.). The farm's lamb loin chops ($20/lb.) stand as the most appealing chop-derived creations since Martin van Buren's sideburns, and St. Louis ribs ($16/lb.) ensures a proper canvas for barbecue-sauce brushing.
Victorian Farmstead Meat Co.
Once upon a time, Victorian Farmstead Meat Co. was an "unassuming shack” on a Christmas-tree farm, according to Sunset magazine. However, after Adam Parks returned home to take over his parent’s 40-year-old tree farm, he converted the shack into a thriving meat and poultry shop that earned a slot on _Sunset_’s list of the top 50 local food shops in the west. Now, Victorian Farmstead also has its own butcher shop inside of the new Community Market in Sebastopol, which has a much wider variety of cuts, including marinated chicken breasts and kabobs.
Part pasture-raised ranch and still part Christmas-tree farm, the company raises all of its meat on Sonoma County pasture, ensuring the livestock eat a natural diet and soaks up plenty of sunshine. The results are beef cuts from bone-in rib eye to carne asada, chicken breasts, racks of lamb, and a monthly rotation of sausage, including spicy herb chicken sausage and aged Spanish-style chorizo.
1220 Gravenstein Hwy. N
Sebastopol, California 95472Get Directions