The Meat House

Okay, so I think the name of this place is a lil’ weird, it sorta sounds like it should be the name of a Halloween Horror Nights haunted house, but alas, it’s a new butcher/market in Winter Park.

When I stopped in today, I was immediately in love. First, I should mention that someone opened the door for me as I was walking up. (Maybe they knew it was my birthday!?) The service only got better from there. As I was gazing at the premium cuts of meat and fresh seafood, I was asked if it was my first time in (how could they tell??). Next thing you know, I’m ordering up a variety of items including specially seasoned chicken breasts and what looked like the perfect filet mignon.

If that’s not enough, The Meat House also has a Boar’s Head counter with sliced deli meat and a number of sandwiches to choose from, along with a build-your-own option. And, while you’re waiting there’s still more to choose from … fresh veggies (I picked up some Zellwood Corn), wine, beer, cheese and a number of gourmet-type food items.

Something else cool? They handed me a complimentary package of their steak tips because it was my first time in. Sorry, Publix, but I think I found my new butcher.

Wanna check it out for yourself? Head over to The Meat House on North Orange Ave in Winter Park.

Welcome to the neighborhood, er, Meat House.

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Categories: Food, Living

Author:Kim Taylor

Music Lover. Starboard Rower. Tennis Junkie. Lover of Life.

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3 Comments on “The Meat House”

  1. Tuesday, 4 October 2011 at 10:09 pm #

    Are you a Oct. 3? Me too !

  2. Tuesday, 4 October 2011 at 10:12 pm #

    I am going to get into paddleboarding. Thx for the info !

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