Finding a quality grocery store is one of the first things you have to do when you move to a new apartment community. You don’t, however, have to settle for purchasing all your food from one place. Whether you’re looking for a specialty cut of meat, a place to process your game, or a weekly stop for fresh beef, pork and poultry, these meat markets can meet your needs.
1. Ye Olde Butcher Shoppe
902 7th St NW
Established in 1974, Ye Olde Butcher Shoppe is a Rochester staple. You’ll find a full line of meat products including beef, pork, poultry, fish and seafood. Stock up on a variety of favorites with packaged meat bundles like the small family bundle that includes fillet of sirloin, boneless pork chops, boneless skinless chicken breasts, country style pork ribs, and ground beef. Ye Olde Butcher Shoppe also offers wild game processing so you can turn your latest hunt into a delicious meal.
2. Ledebuhr Meat Processing, Inc.
5645 W 6th St
Ledebuhr Meat Processing, Inc. offers meat processing services to get you the custom cuts you want for every mouthwatering recipe. Certified in organic processing, this butcher shop is prepared to give you the very best. Choose from a selection of fine products including pork, venison, beef, sausage, brats and hickory smoked wieners.
3. Bubba’s Meats LLC
1248 Redfield St
La Crosse, WI
Bubba’s Meats is a family owned meat market with more than 50 years of experience in meat market and butcher services. Well worth the scenic drive to get there, the market offers a full selection of signature products including hot dogs, summer sausage, breakfast sausage, bacon, turkey, and more. Bubba’s offers wild game processing for venison, elk, moose, duck, wild poultry and bear. If you can’t make it in during the week, don’t sweat it—Bubba’s carries butcher grade ground beef on Fridays and Saturdays.
4. Huettl’s Meats
1903 N Lakeshore Dr
Lake City, MN
The Huettl family has been operating this meat market since 1918, offering both wholesale and retail products. You’ll find a wide variety of meats and seafood on the menu including T-bones, chicken breast, medallion steaks, scallops, shrimp, cod loins, walleye filets, and more. In addition to venison processing and sausage making, the market located northeast of Rochester also serves up scalded hot dogs and home baked breads.
Do you have a favorite cut at one of these meat markets, or your own preferred stop for bulking up your weekly menu? Share your favorite meat and grocery markets near our Rochester apartment homes in the comments below.