I love steak tartare but it's not a dish you see often around here. So I want to try making it myself.
Obviously I want the best, freshest beef possible, and it'd be a bonus if the butcher who provides it would offer good advice on the best cut to use.
Who are the best, most food-knowledgeable butchers in town? I'm in Mt. Airy but I work in Center City and I'd travel (within reason) to get great meat from a helpful purveyor.
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