Doreck's Meat Market is a great local “family owned and operated Butcher shop and grill” in Santa Fe, Texas. It was headed by Jack and Nancy Doreck until 1994, when it was taken over by their three children, John and Raymond Doreck and Laurie Hadley. Today, they offer a “full service meat market, homemade sausages, and a full burger restaurant on-site!” Their meat market offers a full range retail case complete with “custom made with the highest quality cut meat.” They also have USDA choice beef and they make their own smoked sausage. Doreck's Meat Market also offers “custom meat processing” on any animal, including deer processing during deer season.
Started in 1984 with the premise of providing top quality meat with even better quality of service, Bay Area Meat Market and Deli strive to provide the same service that all of their customers have come to expect for over 30 years. They offer the best “USDA choice grade beef, some of the highest quality pork, and Grade A Texas chickens.” They cut the meat fresh every morning and make sure it never comes in frozen. Their ground beef is made fresh daily with absolutely no additives or fillers you can bet its 100% beef. They also offer a “large variety of smoked and raw sausages” that are all made in house. They cut and smoke their own jerky, and even bake fresh french bread every morning.
Family owned and operated neighborhood butcher shop in League City, Stone Cold Meats was established in 2018 when the Stone family decided to share their knowledge of meat and wild game processing with the community. The shop sells a variety of specialty meats, “locally sourced from Texas farms for quality and flavor.” Stone Cold Meats pride themselves in being an all-natural, locally sourced, antibiotic and hormone-free meat market. Their top priority is to provide the “freshest and upmost quality of meat,” outstanding customer service to connoisseurs seeking a mouthwatering, tender steak, chicken and beef free from hormones and steroids, and lean, all natural pork.
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