Local Butcher is taking the guess work out of the question, “What’s for dinner?” Their daily grab-n-go meals are the perfect takeaway for your next night in.
A farm-to-table butcher shop and delicatessen, Local Butcher is owned and operated by chefs Will Bradof and Paul Wireman of Local and Trio. Perfect for families, couples or individuals, these meals bring the quality food you can expect from an evening at Local or Trio, but in the comfort of your own home.
Each weekday’s special has a central theme and varying price point. Expect roasted chicken on Monday, Mexican flavors on Tuesdays, Porky Wednesdays, Pasta Thursday, prime rib on Fridays, and lasagna on Saturdays. For example, this past Thursday featured house made meatballs with bucatini pasta and garlic bread. At just $8.99 per person, this meal included three meatballs with house marinara sauce and mozzarella. Once at home, diners simply need to bake the meatballs and boil the pasta, making the takeaway meal both fresh and simple. Tuesdays have featured enchiladas, and porky Wednesdays have included stuffed pork loin. Friday’s prime rib goes for $16.99 for an individual prime rib dinner, but meals for two are available as well.
While you’re there, peruse Local Butcher’s vast selection of butcher cuts, snacks, and charcuterie items. Besides their grab-n-go meal options, Local Butcher has a full menu of specialty sandwiches and salads. Or, put together your own custom dinner by selecting from a variety of sides, soups, and prepared entrees; some of which are found on the menus at Local and Trio.
For your next office lunch consider a Local Butcher soup, sandwich, or charcuterie platter. As summer approaches, pick up a custom picnic basket from Local Butcher for your day in the parks. Finally, catering and private chef services are available for your entertaining needs.
When summer arrives, the Local Butcher team hopes to utilize Local’s back patio area for outdoor seating and summer BBQs. For now, let Local Butcher simplify dinner at home for you. You won’t be disappointed when the comforting smells of Saturday’s lasagna special start wafting from your oven.