Our butchers at Brooklyn Fare are skilled to provide the desired cut for all our customers.
We prefer to source our meats from local farms and providers, and pride our meat department
on its relationships with New York meat vendors.
For more information about our selection,
drop us a line!
D.J., assistant butcher at 200 Schermerhorn. Has been at Brooklyn Fare for 1 year.
Favorite cut?: "I really like using some prime beef chuck to make Caribbean style stews with.
The marbling of the prime cuts makes the meat really tender and ripe for a stew.
I throw in lots of flavoring spices like scallions, bay leafs, peppercorns,
cilantro, parsley, and finish with some homemade browning sauce."
Our in-store delicatessen selects some of the finest cuts of meats & cheeses,
both domestic and international. Our employees are skilled and friendly, happy to help
suit any of your deli needs. At our deli, we also provide a wide breadth of gourmet
prepared foods, cooked at our 37th street location. For more information about our deli
selection, drop us a line!
Simo, deli manager at 200 Schermerhorn, has been working at Brooklyn Fare for 6 years.
Favorite cured meat?: "Our Aged Rosetta de Lyon salami is really popular."
Favorite prepared food?: "I really love our homemade veggie burgers, prepared fresh daily
at our 37th street kitchen. I usually put them on 7-grain rolls with some fresh pepper jack
cheese, avocado, arugula, oil and balsamic, pressed into a panini. Delicious."
Karim, lead fromager at 200 Schermerhorn, has been working at Brooklyn Fare since
2012. Before Brooklyn Fare, Karim worked as a cheese merchant in Toulouse, France for
19 years. Originally born in Algeria, Karim's diverse experience and passion for cheese
have fostered a superb home at Brooklyn Fare: a boutique, specialized selection in the
corner of your local market.
Favorite cheese lately?: "Abbaye de Belloc is a
fantastic semi-hard, sheep's milk cheese. We import it from the Pays Basque region in France. It's creamy,
smooth, with a nice finish; perfect before or after a meal."
Funky wild card cheese?: "Saint Albray from
France is a more adventurous option. It's soft and creamy with a washed rind, strong bite, and a bitter,
At Brooklyn Fare, we source the majority of our seafood from local East-coast fish and shellfish vendors.
Whether its fresh seabass from Montauk, or Mahogany clams from Maine, or wares are guaranteed fresh.
We’re happy to be part of a long history of seafood trade in New York City and actively supply some of
NYCs best restaurants with fresh fish. Email our seafood department at email@example.com for more info.
John, lead fish monger at 200 Schermerhorn. Has been working at Brooklyn Fare for 6 years.
Favorite fish? “Our wild-caught striped bass from Montauk is very fresh. I like to cook it simply
in butter, with garlic, a little bit of thyme, and lemon juice.