Also, his background and engaging personality made him a good match for this franchise’s concept, committed to mom and pop personalized service. Originally from New York City, the founders of the business opened their first store in Mt. Pleasant 22 years ago. The New York Butcher Shoppe conveys a trendy, but not snobby atmosphere where high quality cuts of meat are provided alongside delicious premade comfort foods like chicken parmesan and roasted chicken. Reasonably priced meals for 2 or 4 people in a recent week included Meatball Parmesan, pasta, salad and bread.Devin says he likes the hands-on focus of the store. He particularly enjoys being able to have a part in the full experience of the customer when they come in asking for help planning for dinner for guests and then working with that customer on everything from budget, to choosing a specific cut of meat, to calculating cooking time. Salads are fresh and very varied. An online newsletter reminds customers of weekly specials like shepherd’s pie and prime rib. Devin describes prices as “something for everyone” from hamburgers to Japanese A5 Wagyu.
The first of their stores is set to open at the end of May in the Nexton community in Summerville. In preparation for his role in managing his soon to open New York Butcher Shoppe, Devin has spent the past four months training at the Mt. Pleasant store and being mentored at the corporate headquarters. \The territory he’s acquired will allow him to commute from his home on Daniel Island he shares with his wife, a speech therapist at North Charleston Elementary School and their identical 15 month old twin daughters.
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