Dry aged Steaks - any recs for great butchers in San Fran???
- srf1 Sep 27, 2000 10:49 PM
I've been to Bryan's, Whole Foods, Cal Mart, etc. Looking for a great butcher for dry-aged steaks, lamb, etc. Any recommendations?? Would like to be able to specify size, etc. Thanks in advance.
ok, I realize this isn't in SF but worth a mention:
6321 College Ave.
510 658 6854
I live 2 towns away, but for special occasions make the trek for leg of lamb, prime rib and the truly incredible steaks. Last summer I placed an order for dry aged, prime grade rib-eyes for a camping trip and the meat was superb, exactly what I had hoped for. (I did place the order about 2 weeks in advance.)
If a trip to the East Bay is out, VerBrugge might be able to recommend someone in SF.
Hope this helps-Alex
re: Barry Kaufman
Drewes' Market on Church Street around 28th. They've been open for 50 years and do a great job and are really friendly. I've been going there for 9 years or so with a two year break. (I moved up to Petaluma and have just returned to SF) Although their product is still high quality, they are now renting videos. There's a lot more competition in the neighborhood. Give them a shot.