Sausages and Huge Sandwiches in Georgetown
We’re sure they’ll IM you. In the meantime, you’ll need something to fill the void.
Like a never-ending supply of dry-aged beef, homemade bratwurst, duck sausage and kielbasa.
Because at long last, Stachowski's Market is open in Georgetown, leaving you never to wonder what to grill again.
A self-styled “candy store for carnivores,” this butcher shop in the former Griffin Market space is the place to go if (sorry, when) multiple courses of meat are on your mind.
Now, if you’ve visited a farmers’ market or two, you’ve probably gone home with a package of this master butcher’s pheasant pâté or venison prosciutto. And they’ll bag that up for you here, too. But you won’t be finished. Not with dry-aged, prime Kansas City strips, Irish bacon, and whole ducks wrapped in pancetta beckoning the way they do.
By then, you’ll have another problem. Namely, that amid all your carnivorous browsing, you’re going to want something right now. For that, look no further than the pig-shaped blackboard, where you’ll find deli selections like hot kielbasa and truly massive sandwiches like housemade hot pastrami on pumpernickel, which you can attack at the forthcoming tables in the bay window.
You’re like a meat-eating mannequin.