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Located at 1706 Church Street in the heart of San Francisco's Noe Valley, we are a full service butcher shop that specializes in only the highest quality products. Drewes Meats has been serving the San Francisco Bay Area for nearly 125 years. Come by and see what we mean by "old school service with a new school attitude."
Drewes Meats is committed to being the finest butcher shop in the San Francisco Bay Area. As such, you will find only the highest quality meats, poultry and fish. Most of our products are all natural, free-range, with absolutely no hormones, antibiotics or preservatives. We also carry many hard-to-find items such as Veal Glace, Duck Fat and Oxtail. We are excited because we are planning some major changes and additions to our meats such as wines that you won’t find anywhere else!
Our providers of beef, lamb and pork include Marin Sun Farms (100% Grass Fed), Niman
Ranch, Angus Meyer and Creekstone. Our chickens are from Petaluma Farms in Sonoma
County, as well as the now famous Mary's Air Chilled and Organic Chickens. We also
carry Marin Sun Farms Pasture Raised Chickens. Our fish is fresh every day except
Sunday and we sell many favorites including wild Salmon, Ling Cod, Petrale Sole and
Arctic Char. We can also obtain oysters, clams and mussels often on the same day
if you call us by 9:00am. If you don’t see something you want, we may be able to
get it for you usually with a one or two day notice.
We proudly offer a variety of house-made sausages that include Grampa Amato's Sicilian style made with beef and pork, bell peppers, onion, wine and Asiago cheese; Garlaholic (pork with garlic) plus our popular Breaking Bad Southwest chicken sausage made with Harissa, Jalapeño and corn. Our newest Broke Black Mountain is made with pork, black olives, black pepper and garlic. We also cure sausages that would rival the finest European products such as our Italian-style Soppressata that has a tartness you’ll love! Our Sausisson Sec will have you convinced that it came from Paris!