Posted 18 August 2011 - 04:36 AM
The selection keeps expanding - they have Berkshire pork belly, some fish roes, and a wide selection of beef cuts (and what's not in stock is available by special order, although their phone line might be busy with people trying to break into Bohemian). We got a piece of short rib "for grilling", which due to the torrential rain turned into short rib for the cast iron skillet. Let me tell you - at $24/lb or so, this was a pretty amazing piece of beef (maybe readers who are happy to pay $$$s for a tiny piece of wagyu beef at Per Se should try it). Their dry aged offerings continue to look suspicious - there was a piece of strip in their fridge that seemed far gone, and some cowboy steaks that were on the way there.
I never said that