A rare treasure in an age of supermarket meat counters, this highly-prized fourth generation butcher is of the old school, where meats hang in the shop awaiting the customer's order.
Michael McGrath Butcher
A rare treasure in an age of supermarket meat counters, this highly-prized fourth generation butcher is of the old school, where traditional methods decree that meats will hang in the shop awaiting the customer's order.
With on-premises abattoir, not only do they slaughter their own cattle, but also offer the facility to other local farmers.
You'll find McGrath's meat on many a fine table, including The Tannery, in Dungarvan, and Ballyvolane House near Fermoy.
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