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New butcher in Richmond, affordable dry-aged good stuff

jcolvin | Jul 31, 201502:11 AM     3

Just went by the brand-new Loblaws at Steveston Hwy and #5 Rd (now my closest supermarket), and in addition to an Ace bakery, I was overjoyed to find a kickass butcher in there. Sections hanging in a display case dry-aging for 30 days + waiting to be cut. And pretty reasonable prices (for dry aged, at the current price of beef) of around $26/lb for strips and ribeyes (they have dry-aged Wagyu as well which is more than i can afford). Lots of good quality regular aged cuts as well.

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