Alamo Market and Lockers is a family-owned meat market selling a wide variety of fresh and frozen meat products. They have T-bones, prime boneless ribeye, and sweetheart ribeye, to name a few. If you are looking for a meat and cheese tray, they also have a Parisa Party Tray and a Meat and Cheese tray. They also sell branded frozen items, like the La Boucherie line of frozen meat products (Cajun chicken, green bean casserole, broccoli and rice, and more). If you have meat from hunting that needs packaging and labeling, bring them over to Alamo Market and Lockers and they will prepare them for you. Alamo Market and Lockers is located in Comfort, Texas.
Chick's Prime Meat Market is a well known “butcher shop and specialty store” that offers Prime Meats, Gourmet sausages, bacon & jerky, Award-winning BBQ sauce and seasonings, Bistro and Deli, Live Music, Wild Game Processing, Beer and Wine Garden. The meat market is absolutely fantastic and has a “wide array of meat selections.” Their stellar, spiced bacon is a must try! They have become a “go to place for music and food.” You can pick out anything from their meat market counter and have it “grilled to perfection” by their experienced staff. They also have a great selection of yummy-to-take-home things for your kitchen from choice cut meat to salsas, and cinnamon honey butter.
Started by Glenn and Kathy Beyer in 1986, Dutchman’s Market Inc. is a family business that “specialize in fresh meat products as well as butchering and processing.” Today, their sons Barry and Brett continue to run the business making sure that all of their products maintain the “same outstanding quality” that customers have come to expect for the past 30 years. All of the sausages, jerky and ham products that they offer are “made in-house.” They cut the meats in their fresh meat case daily, and can even cut them to the thickness you desire. Dutchman's Market recently added some new products including snack sticks, snack trays, frozen grass fed lamb, frozen goat, and smoked chickens.
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