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Now Open: Lindy & Grundy's Old Fashioned Butcher Shop
It was a much-anticipated debut that was captured by friends and fans mid-afternoon today at Amelia Posada and Erika Nakamura, aka Lindy & Grundy, opened the doors to their butcher shop on Fairfax Avenue.
Describing their business as an "old-fashioned butcher shop," the ladies of L&G are selling "ONLY pastured meats from animals raised on small, local, sustainable ranches." The duo believe in supporting the local communities and economy by sourcing meat from within 150 miles of their shop, and they practice a nose-to-tail philosophy of butchering, which means they use the whole animal with little waste.
LAist Lifestyle Editor Julie Wolfson was on hand today to help welcome Lindy & Grundy's shop to Fairfax Avenue, and captured the butcher shop's opening moments.
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