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Meat Markets in Augusta, GA
1.Doug's Meat Shop
3028 Deans Bridge Rd
Meat MarketsFood Processing & ManufacturingMeat ProcessingButchering
Doug's is the best place in Augusta to buy beef and pork products. Doug only buys from the best meat packing companies. Not always the best price but always the best products.
2.Lanier's Fresh Meat Market
1831 Walton Way
Meat MarketsGrocery Stores
3.Marcus & Meats
4612 Crested Butte Rd
4471 Columbia Rd
Meat MarketsGrocery Stores
OUR menu is packed with classic dishes we create from scratch. Daily specials incorporate seasonal. Local ingredients. From Delicious appetizers to tasty salads. Inspired entrees to decadent desserts. Your meal will BE ONE of a kind.
5.Knight's Butchering & Processing
3087 Deans Bridge Rd
Meat PackersMeat ProcessingMeat MarketsButchering
I was looking for pork liver to make Boudin sausage. I took a chance by riding over to Knight's to see if they had it, and they did. There was a gentleman cleaning the storefront when I got there. He spoke, and opened the door for me to enter. First impression is how cool it was inside the building, which I really appreciated on a July day in Georgia. Next was the nice meat display in the front of the store. There were nice cuts of steaks, various store made sausages, and loads of my all time favorite food; bacon! As I looked around, I was offered assistance several times, which was very nice, and finally I settled upon a young lady to assist me with finding ,my Pork liver. She went directly to the cooler where it was, bagged it for me, &; sent me to the cashier. As I was leaving, I asked her about special orders. I like unsmoked bacon & she said they had some. I told her I was cooking a Crown Roast for my Christmas dinner. She told me they could get me one. I was very impressed with the service & courteous people at Knight's & they will be getting my repeat business.
6.Unk's Fish Market
2601 Deans Bridge Rd
Grocery StoresSupermarkets & Super StoresMeat Markets
7.Amy's Meat Market and Seafood
730 Edgefield Rd
Meat MarketsGrocery StoresRestaurants
542 Legion Rd
9.Grice's Butcher Shop
1014 Pine Log Rd Ste A
Meat MarketsButcheringGrocery Stores
1161 Augusta Rd
Grocery StoresMeat Markets
David Minitor, Home Grown Brings Jobs Home! David Miniitor of Minitor Market An old hometown business gets a new life and facelift!! The Warrenville Supermarket formally ran by the Gurley family in the 70's, 80's and 90's gets new life from a local family. David Minitor who grew up in Burnettown and has worked in the grocery business for over 30 years purchased the Warrenville Supermarket and giving it new life as "Minitor Market". An interim owner had difficulty with the store and David purchased the store from the Gurley family. David said, "There is to much history and the community deserves better". He remembers fondly as a child going shopping at the supermarket with his family. After researching the market, David resigned his position with a major chain, which he has worked for many years learning the business, and went to work, breathing new life into a hometown landmark. David is the 7th generation of merchants. He spoke of his family history, his Great Grandmother who ran a small grocery store less than a mile away in Madison just pass the Highway 1 bridge, from the 1920's to the 1950's. His cousins ran grocery stores in downtown Aiken, Old Ellenton, Dunbarton, New Ellenton, Williston and the Jackson areas. David's dad Rev. Melvin Minitor Sr., pastored West Warrenville Baptist Church and other churches in the area for many years and was in management with Graniteville Company until the Vaucluse mill closed. David took control of the market and immediately hired 4 new employees. Several who worked for many years with Doug Gurley. Clean-up and equipment upgrade immediately began. Shelves are being stocked and over the next several weeks, "David's Farm Fresh Produce" will come alive. The new produce manager has worked with farmers around the state for over 25 years. Many of these products will come direct from the farms via David to you. His meat department is also coming alive with "David's Fresh Meat's". The meat department will be manned by seasoned meat cutters. David said, the produce and meat departments will be the high-light of the store. You will find many of the name brand grocery items you find in the chain stores at competitive prices. Over the next few months he feels the store can expand to 16-18 jobs. David's brother responded that social media has been awesome with a lot of positive comments. A number of people are coming by the store to congratulate and thank him for taking on this endeavor. David said you'll find, 'The meats you love, at prices you expect, from faces you know! Come visit Minitor Market'. It is located at 1161 Augusta Rd. at the corner of Hwy 421 and Howlandville Rd. Bringing Quality Foods to the C.S.R.A. YOU SAVE MONEY!!
11.The HoneyBaked Ham Company And Cafe
1701 Whiskey Rd
DelicatessensMeat MarketsWholesale MeatCafeterias
Since 1957, Honeybaked has been a cherished guest at holidays,special occasions,and family dinners.
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