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David's Meat Market

4010 N. Jupiter
Garland, TX 75044
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  • Tue-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-5pm
If that whole pink-slime fiasco has scared you off of ground beef (and we certainly wouldn’t blame you), perhaps you ought to consider taking your business to a proper family-owned butcher shop like David’s Meat Market rather than the local megamart. David Harris and his family have been slinging steaks, chops, house-made sausages and jerky for more than 30 years now. Whether you’re seeking a dry-aged prime rib-eye, all-beef hot dogs, short ribs or something more obscure like marrow bones or a surplus of chicken hearts, David’s will hook you up with friendly service and a smile. All beef is corn-fed and raised in Iowa, so you know exactly what you’re getting -- no mystery meat here. There’s also a wide array of marinades and sauces to ensure your purchase gets cooked to delectable meaty perfection.

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