Hi all, i've had a hard time finding a butcher or meat market in Rockland that has anything above pretty standard quality and was wondering if anyone knows of any close by? A place that offers dry aged steaks would be preferrable but at this point anything above my local supermarkets meat section would be welcome. Thanks in advance!
have you tried mail order?? like lobell's or another big prime meat house in the city. or you can google dry aging yourself, i don't think it is that complicated. good luck!
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Mail order would be fine but I'm looking for somewhere I can go, get what I need, go home and cook it. I've been meaning to try Martino's (especially since i live 5 minutes away) but just have never made it over. Guess i'll have to give it a try one of these days. Steve's sounds like exactly what i'm looking for and will definitely check them out. Thanks!
Steve's is great for really good quality meat. Particularily memorable was the enormous cut for osso buco & their prepared (but not cooked) rack of lamb.
I also suggest both Steve's and Martino's. I tend to favor Steve's becasue its closer. I get my osso bucco from him and its always excellent. I jumped on the Whole Foods bandwagon once and regretted it.
He also has a great deal where you can buy 10lbs of prepared chicken cutlets for $30.