NEW BUTCHER & LARDER (hurray)

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Lizzy
NEW BUTCHER & LARDER (hurray)

A sign for Dugard & Daughters has appeared under the arches.


A job ad describes them as "a 1000 sq ft of shop floor space made up of rare breed and free range meats, speciality grocery and quality chilled products".


Yum.

Bosie
Re: NEW BUTCHER & LARDER (hurray)

There's an article on the Brixton Blog today about them. I'm pleased they will be opening until 8pm. I often don't get home until about 7ish so that still leaves time to pay them a visit. 

http://www.brixtonblog.com/new-butchers-and-larder-to-open-in-herne-hill... 

Housecleaner
Re: NEW BUTCHER & LARDER (hurray)

Before setting up Dugard & Daughters Neil worked at Planet Organic and then Budgens. That’s where he met Rosie. And whilst they both know a lot about meat, neither of them are trained butchers. That is why they have employed the skills of a master butcher, who previously opened Natural Kitchen on Marylebone High Street.

So, the Dugards are hoping to give the people of Herne Hill even more reason to celebrate the unique identity of the area. Situated under the railway arches at the rear of Herne Hill Station, they are due to open their doors on 6th November.

So what’s with the name, I ask them finally. ‘It’s just a play on the fact that most butchers names are traditionally masculine – always Something and Sons.’ Neil and Rosie have two daughters. ‘It just felt right and a bit of fun,’ Neil said.

pureedfruit
Re: NEW BUTCHER & LARDER (hurray)

An extensive, and very positive, review on the Londonist today

http://londonist.com/2014/03/best-new-food-shops-dugard-daughters-herne-...


Including a great photo of Neil, Rosie and the daughters

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