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The phoenix has risen. From the closing of the once popular Old Atlantic Supermarket, comes a butcher shop with…More familiar faces and a country store feel. When the Old Atlantic closed its doors, former employee Greg Chesnulovitch gathered up some old friends and co-workers from the supermarket and opened the Olde Redding Butcher Shoppe in 2009. Chesnulovitch has been a butcher for more than 20 years and his employees are equally experienced at what they do.
Olde Redding is a small neighborhood butcher shop, the kind you would find in the country. Friendly conversation, neighborly ideals and only the finest certified Angus beef can be found here at Olde Redding. The shop makes its own fresh sausages and burgers daily and all meats are cut on location. Customers come from at least five surrounding towns to purchase the morning's fresh cuts and Yoder's mashed potatoes, which Chesnulovitch says he can't keep in stock.
There is a deli counter where boar's head cold cuts can be purchased and the shop also makes fresh sandwiches. Beautiful fresh fruits and vegetables from the Boston Produce Center rest in wooden barrels. When the local season starts, Chesnulovitch hopes to buy from community farmers. Beginning in June, the shop will sell fresh bottled milk from a Dracut farm. It has also begun to bottle its own in-store combined dry rub marinades such as Carolina rib rub, triple pepper trio for steaks, honey barbecue and bourbon peppercorn. These marinades are also used for pre-marinated meat for sale.
Olde Redding Butcher Shoppe hopes to sell baked goods such as cookies and crumb cakes distributed from a private label, in the near future. Sign up for the shop's e-mail list to receive weekly specials, which are posted every Thursday.