The Butcher Shop
Probably most well known for their Steak Tartare paired with buttery toast, The Butcher Shop's meat dishes are exceptional. Overall, it is a great place in the neighborhood to stop by for an appetizer, maybe the charcuterie plate , and one of their wines from the extensive drink menu.
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Charcuterie plate is the best in Boston.
Great place for a drink while watching an expert at work.
The gazpacho was awesome. This is definitely a place where you can go for just a drink with friends or to have a hearty meal.
Grande charcuterie was enough to fill up four adults and the desserts were good, try the strawberry tart.
Great wine list. Very friendly servers. Special duck duet was underwhelming however the proccuito sausage was delicious!
The bartenders here are awesome. Ask for their recommendations on wine and food.
Since today (3/14) is Pi Day, this is where you should come to get lard for your pi(e) crusts
The salumi risotto is delicious.
Chef Barbara Lynch's Butcher Shop really is a Butcher shop in addition to being a restaurant. Influences are continental, which is why there is a hot dog a la maison. [Eater 38 Member]
When chef Barbara Lynch opened this South End boîte, she proved that slabs of fat-streaked, air-cured meats and stylish Bostonians make an excellent, if unlikely, pairing. Check the stellar wine list.
If you love olives the plate here is excellent
Eat or drink anything hear, you will be happy.
Best steak tartare in the world.
Wine Director Cat Silrie handpicks the wines and can suggest the perfect pairing to go with the housemade patés, terrines, sausages, and rilletes.
The merguez will change your life.
Special butter! Mmmmm, eat it.
Sit at the bar and enjoy the people watching then pick-up house made chau. -Tania Peterson, Top Chef Just Desserts
The antipasti plate includes their amazing mortadella, prosciutto, soppressata, and more. Avoid the overly seasoned steak tartare.
Get the Claus Preisinger Zweigelt. Beautiful bottle and great rich body.
Try the Meantime IPA. Brewed in the traditional IPA style, it's hoppy and delicious.