New at Butcher Shop, ‘grab-go’ sandwiches that are entree-worthy


The local grab-and-go scene continues to elevate. The latest notable pickup menu comes to us from The Butcher Shop, the meat-centric restaurants and beer garden in downtown West Palm Beach.

With a full butcher shop on premises, the family-owned restaurant’s sandwich offerings are entrée worthy – they are stacked with meats roasted and smoked in-house. 

Some highlights on the new takeout menu: a house-made prime top round roast beef sandwich with horseradish mayo on a French baguette with fixings, a house-smoked barbecue beef brisket sandwich with cheese sauce and caramelized onions on an onion Kaiser roll, and a German ham sandwich with Emmental cheese and apple butter on a Kaiser roll.

Meatless options include a grilled veggie sandwich and a fig and brie stack on ciabatta. 

The sandwiches, served with chips and a pickle, range in price from $8.99 to $12. The grab-and-go menu is offered for lunch, dinner and late-night takeout dining. 

The Butcher Shop: 209 6th St., West Palm Beach; 561-622-9988


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