The Blind Butcher

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Beers, Brats and Your New Favorite Patio

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Eight days.

That’s how far you lasted with that “cut back on pork and beer” resolution.

Congrats on breaking your personal record.

Celebrate something, anything, at The Blind Butcher, the long-awaited ode to house-smoked meats and local brews from the Goodfriend group, now soft-open on Lower Greenville.

Right, the Goodfriend guys. So you know the beer’s gonna be good (it is). But instead of burgers, now you’ve got meat-and-cheese boards, hand-cranked sausages and duck-fat fries. Plus a handsome new place to enjoy them. One that’s all dark woods, exposed brick walls and glowing lamps on the inside. And 2,100 square feet of prime beer-drinking patio space out back.

Now, you should know that the food’s still a few weeks away, so it’ll be sack lunches until then. But when it’s here (slated for February 1), you’ll want to commandeer a spot at the white marble bar and bask in the warm glow of a bacon-laced bratwurst. Which, anecdotally, we hear goes nicely with a 32-ounce pour of Belhaven Black.

And come spring, that back patio should prove to be real handy. It’s got plenty of seating and a full bar to support your alfresco-beer-drinking ambitions.

And any vitamin D deficiency.

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