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  • Bespoke Butchers is a craft butcher shop with three locations in Toronto in the Annex, Leslieville and Queen West neighbourhoods. The butcher shop regards itself as a social venture that only works with farmers that use the best methods of animal husbandry, as well as farmers who prioritize animal welfare and long-term sustainability of the

  • Butcher and chef Yehuda believes its important to know where the meat you consume is coming from. That’s why his business, Brother’s Butcher Shoppe, works directly with Ontario farmers and supply products and meats that are completely pasture-fed and organic. As a nose-to-tail butchery, the meat supply goes beyond the standard options to include choices

  • Quality, pasture-raised, grass-fed and hormone-free is the only kind of meat you’ll find at this butcher shop. That’s because Caprae & Suidae follows traditional ways of sourcing from only small, local, family-operated farms, while products are developed right there in the shop. That’s how you know it’s fresh. The shop itself is traditional, too. With

  • Opened on Ossington earlier this week is the long-awaited Côte de Boeuf, a project from Chasen Gillies and Teo Paul of the nearby Union restaurant. The store, previously a flower shop, bills itself simply: “select grocer, butcher, meals.”

  • Cumbrae’s is Toronto’s top artisanal butcher. The beautifully designed interior sports marble countertops and hanging chalkboards that feature the day’s specials and cuts, in beautiful script, along with imported goods, so pretty you might not want to eat them. Cumbrae’s oozes luxury. The cuts of meat sit serenely behind the glass cases along with multiple

  • This uptown kosher butcher knows good meats and wants to bring the old-world butcher shop into the modern era. Magen Meats is Thornhill’s number one kosher butcher. Providing the best-quality and most affordable meat to the suburbanites, Magen Meats has become pretty popular among the COR community. With countless raw and prepared options, this butcher/deli

  • After 35 years in the butcher biz, Olliffe knows what it’s doing. Owners Sam and Ben Gundy oversee Summerhill’s purveyor of top-notch meats, while head butcher Erica Jamieson — recently the subject of a Maclean’s piece — helps run the team of butchers. A complete reno three years ago freed up more space for the wide selection of meat, which includes Ontario elk, Quebecois Cornish hen and Australia Wagyu beef.

  • Build a streetcar right-of-way, and the condos will quickly follow. From there it's just a short jump to excellent restaurants and full-service butcher shops. Such is the course of events that helped bring Ben Latchford's Roast Fine Foods to Hillcrest Village.

  • Three years after setting up camp in the city’s most lively market, Sanagan’s Meat Locker has flown the nest and moved a hop, skip and a jump away from its original — but tiny — home. Following much praise from the city’s carnivores, owner Peter Sanagan felt that branching out was the next step. “Honestly,

  • Stock-in-Trade is a butcher shop and kitchen that prioritizes using sustainable, local farms to source their meats. Stock-in-Trade is full of pasture-raised, hormone- and antibiotic-free curated meats. The large shop includes whole animals, dry-aged beef, sausages, and marinated meats, while also offering organic produce, homemade sauces, and a selection of cheese, eggs, milk, and milk-alternatives.

  • The Butcher’s Son is one of the best local butcher shops in midtown, located just south of the bustling Yonge and Eglinton intersection on Yonge Street at Manor Road East. The shop is run by Matthew Kumphrey who — you guessed it — is the son of a butcher. Kumphrey teamed up with executive chef

  • Ken and Donna MacDonald opened The Friendly Butcher in the Yonge and Lawrence neighbourhood to serve their uptown Toronto community. The butcher shop works with family-owned farms in Ontario to provide customers with locally-sourced meats that are traditionally raised and high quality. Patrons can order meat by the pound directly from the butcher shop’s website

  • Buying healthy meat that was raised humanely should be easier and more accessible. This problem is the solution to which the Healthy Butcher is the answer. The meat only comes from animals that were raised humanely and fed a diet of real food that is natural to their diet without the injection of drugs. True

  • Owner and founder Mike Mannara brings classic Italian flavour to Vaughan. Vicentina Meats features a butcher’s counter offering a wide selection of high quality meats as well as a panino and espresso bar offering sandwiches for both dine-in and take-out. They also stock a selection of imported Italian foods, from cured meats to cheeses, oils

  • In 1957, Vince Gasparro moved from a small town in southeastern Italy to Toronto where, three years later, he continued his family’s tradition and opened up his own butcher shop. Vince Gasparro’s Meat Market has been thriving ever since. And for good reason: Vince Gasparro only gets the best, most humanely raised local beef, pork,

  • Wvurst is King and Portland’s sausage and bierhalle. Since Aldo Lanzillotta opened Wvurst in 2011 he has been dedicated to proving to Torontonians that you don’t need more than beer and sausages to have a good time. The two-storey space on King West is inspired by the great food halls of the world. Communal picnic