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The Butcher Shop

552 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02118
617-423-4800

The Butcher Shop restaurant information
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A tribute to the old world European boucheries, The Butcher Shop is both a neighborhood wine bar and a full service butcher shop. Inspired by chef-owner Barbara Lynch's travels throughout France and Italy, The Butcher Shop is the perfect place to have a glass of wine along with a small bite or to linger over a meal.

In the back of the dining room, glass-front cases are stocked with house-made links of sausages and hot dogs, jars of rich demi-glace, slabs of foie gras, and exquisitely marbled cuts of local beef along with freshly prepared dishes from the kitchen. On the butcher block is an ever-changing selection of accoutrements which might include bottles of a favorite olive oil and freshly baked loaves of bread. A butcher is on hand daily to help select the perfect cut of meat, game or poultry and to offer at home cooking tips.

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The Grande Feast
As their sister restaurant celebrates fifteen years, The Butcher Shop also rings in a momentous anniversary.

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Béchamel
1. noun A basic white sauce of milk, butter and flour, invented in France during the reign of Louis XIV.
Chantilly
1. noun Prepared or served with whipped cream.
Comte
1. noun The French equivalent to Gruyère.
Demi-glace
1. noun A rich brown reduction of meat stock, Madeira or sherry, and other ingredients. Used as a base for many other sauces.

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