Butcher Shops of Jacksonville

Some of the local butcher shops in Jacksonville. Have you visited any of them and what do you think?

Published March 21, 2014 in Jacksonville Dining & Nightlife - MetroJacksonville.com

Pinegrove Market and Deli

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"At Pinegrove Market and Deli, our deli items are not the only “celebrities”. We’ve specialized in steaks for over 40 years. In fact, our beef has developed quite the reputation around town!

What makes our steaks so special? How about the fact that we only serve high-yield grades of USDA Prime and Choice cuts. But that’s not it—our secret lies in aging. All our beef is dry-aged—personally by me--for about 18 to 21 days before it is ready to be served. The result? Out-of-this-world flavor and a cut that melts in your mouth!

Pinegrove Market and Deli has been a neighborhood icon in Jacksonville, Florida for over 60 years. From the moment you step into the door, you’re taken away to a deli and butcher shop with an “old world” charm. Our family atmosphere is not only engraved in our deli but also in our service."
- Pinegrove Market and Deli

Their Steak Aging Process


1511 Pinegrove Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32205
Phone number (904) 389-8655
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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