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As a local butcher shop in Chattanooga, quality is our lifeblood and the driving force of our work here at Main Street Meats. That means we seek to sell and serve the best and purest cuts of meat and other products, partnering only with the area’s best farmers. This results in humanely raised animals, great genetics, and unprecedented freshness.
We can get any meat and make any cut.
(with enough time)
In our case, you’ll of course find some traditional cuts of meat, but we also pride ourselves on our whole-animal approach to butchery. Our meat cutters are artists in their own right…they have a skill for breaking down the animal in a way so that each part can serve a greater purpose. Every single piece of meat and bone and fat can be used to make something incredible – at our shop, absolutely nothing goes to waste.
The classic ribeye combines great flavor and texture due to a marbling of fat that keeps this cut tender during the cooking process.
Versatile and sure to satisfy, beef short ribs may require long cook times, but they’re nearly impossible to mess up. When cooked properly, this meat will literally fall right off the bones.
Taken from the most desirable part of the rib cage, this delicious cut features a flavor that more closely resembles roast beef than steak. They don’t call it ‘prime’ for nothin', friends.
Strip steak is half of a porterhouse or T-bone without the filet mignon. Particularly delicious and cut from a muscle on the loin, this steak’s tenderness is rivaled only by the ribeye or filet mignon itself.
Our favorite of the "butcher’s cuts," bavette literally means "Bibb" because it’s flat and wide. We serve Sirloin Bavette instead of Flank Bavette because we like the marbling and texture. All the flavor for half the price.
A go-to if you’re after melt-in-your-mouth tenderness, the best beef brisket requires slow, moist cooking methods. This cut comes from the lean breast muscle, and is often used to make corned beef or pastrami.