BUTCHER SHOP




Editors' Choice

Eva’s Farm Organic Butcher Shop

 

bons 2016 dine winner

photograph by Peg Raciti

 

Growing up in a family of butchers in Argentina, Roberto Alonzo, who owns Eva’s along with his wife, Barriann, runs his shop as his forebears did—working exclusively with small local farms to deliver high-quality pastured meat. With a deep knowledge of how the animals they sell are raised, a lower environmental footprint, and a wide variety of delicious products, from baby back ribs to dry-aged sirloin, Eva’s makes it easy to eat local.

210 South Main St., Middleton, 978-624–7084, evasfarm.com

 

Readers' Choice

Butcher Boy Market

Friendly staff are always ready to offer advice or cooking tips or help out with special orders at this one-stop shop for all your carnivorous cravings.

1077 Osgood St., North Andover, 978-688-1511, butcherboymarket.com

 

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