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Boston dating meat market

For this date night, we headed to The Butcher Shop.

She’s not playing around when it comes to the dinning experience and neither are we.

Have no fear though, the restaurant is artfully decorated with a slate wine bar and chopping blocks for tables.

New England deli is the last thing that comes to mind when walking into this sophisticated atmosphere.

Being at a dinning establishment that prides itself on meat, we had to order the antipasti which came with prosciutto, mortadella, sopressata, rosette de lyon (), finnochietta, and the petit jésus.

The petit jésus which translates into baby Jesus in English has an interesting story on how it got its name.

The suckling pig offered a crunch with a savory blast of pork deliciousness and the prime coulette was a buttery, melt in your mouth piece of meat.

I didn’t even need the dipping sauces but when adding them to the coulette, it got even better if that was possible.

We believe that the health of both the animals and the land on which they are raised has a direct impact on the quality and flavor of the meat once it reaches your table, so our meat will never ever have contact with antibiotics, added hormones, or growth-promoting drugs.