Left Bank Butchery is located in Saxapahaw’s former textile mill and serves the community that raises our delicious and sustainable meat. Our butcher shop is built on the foundations of supporting local agriculture, providing healthy food for our community, educating and engaging our customers in the many aspects of sustainable farming and whole animal butchery, and doing all of it with a smile.


We Need Your Vote!

Hey y’all! We’re a finalist in Indy Week's 2019 awards for best butcher shop in the triangle and best sandwiches in Orange/ Chatham Counties! We’re honored to be selected and stoked to be going for the win! This means we need your votes to get us there. To show that you think we’re the best around:

Best Butcher Shop in the Triangle: click here and go to shops > best butcher shop

Best Sandwich in Orange/ Chatham Counties: click here and go to Eat & Drink > best sandwich in Orange/ Chatham Counties

Thank you all for your support!!

Now Available: Butcher Boxes!

It's no secret that the meat from our shop tastes better than anything you'll find in grocery stores. But that's not the only reason you like shopping with us. When you buy meat from Left Bank Butchery you're supporting our commitment to whole animal butchery and in return, helping to cultivate a system of progressive, local farms that are practicing sustainable agriculture at the highest level.  

That's why we're now making it easier than ever to support this system! Butcher Boxes include a variety of steaks, chops, sausages, broths, and more. Each box contains the following:

  • 4 Cane Creek Farm Pork Chops

  • 2 Varieties of Sausage

  • 1 Soup

  • 1 Demi Glace

  • 4 Grilling Steaks

  • 1 Braising Roast

  • 2 lbs of Ground Beef

  • Something fun and unique from the shop, like an English Meat Pie, Hand Made Dumplings, Italian Meatballs, etc.

Every box is packed with at least $150 worth of product, but costs only $120. Purchase your box online and then swing by the shop in Saxapahaw or Chapel Hill to pick it up.  

Butcher Box
120.00 150.00
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