Cardinal Critics Review Fleishers Craft Butchery: Natural, Tasty, and Thoughtful

    Drew happily posing for the photo before digging into the "Classic Burger". Credit: Kai Sherwin

Drew happily posing for the photo before digging into the \”Classic Burger\”. Credit: Kai Sherwin

Cardinal Critics visited Fleishers Craft Butchery in Cos Cob. Having just opened a year ago, Fleishers has quickly established itself as a top contender in the local organic food industry.

Part butchery, part grocery, and part mini-restaurant, Fleishers does it all.

The sheer variety of food – both cooked and uncooked – available in a relatively small store is amazing.

Cardinal Critics members Spencer and Drew marveled at the speed at which the food was cooked as well as the quality. But perhaps best of all, Fleishers focuses on sustainability.

“Almost everything we do is to minimize waste. Everything is locally sourced and organic,” said Sophie Grant, Fleishers’ Marketing Director. “Even the ketchup is made organically.”

“It’s important for us to be able to use every piece of the animal,” continued Grant.

The Critics eagerly tried a variety of food. First up came sandwiches that were made in just a few minutes!

    A fresh salad and a steak sandwich. Credit: Kai Sherwin

A fresh salad and a steak sandwich. Credit: Kai Sherwin

Spencer loved the fresh-cut fries and the Steak Classic (caramelized onions, sauteed peppers, American cheese, toasted garlic bread) while Drew loved the Classic Burger (house burger blend, lettuce, tomato, red onion, cheddar).

Fleishers also hosts numerous events throughout the year.

They have food workshops where people can learn “the basics” about food preparation and hands-on cutting and serving.

For example, Fleishers just hosted a poultry class that was aptly scheduled right before Thanksgiving. Additionally, Fleishers delivers through Seamless and GrubHub, two food delivery start-ups that are exploding with popularity.

The "Steak Classic". Credit: Kai Sherwin

The \”Steak Classic\”. Credit: Kai Sherwin

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Butcher display at Fleishers, Credit: Kai Sherwin

In summary, the Critics believe Fleishers to be the one-stop shop for anyone interested in organic meat and produce, fast orders, and sustainability. Its refreshing design, thoughtful approach to food, and general quality thoroughly impressed the Critics.

Fleishers’ locations, menu, and hours can be found on their website.

Fleishers Cos Cob is located at 160 E Putnam Ave, Cos Cob, CT 06807.

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To request a visit from Cardinal Critics to review what’s popular at your Greenwich eatery, email GFP editor Leslie Yager at Leslie.Yager@gmail.com with a notation “Cardinal Critics request” in the subject line!

The Cardinal Critics series on Greenwich Free Press is led by GHS senior Kai Sherwin, whose hungry team will make their way through Greenwich restaurant, deli and pizza parlor menus – everything in between.

While the students do attend GHS, where the mascot is the Cardinal, the views expressed in Cardinal Critics reviews are not affiliated with Greenwich High School.

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Credit: Kai Sherwin

Credit: Kai Sherwin

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Interior of Fleishers

Interior of Fleishers

See also:

A Lively Mix of Food and Drink at the Popular Monger Mingle in Cos Cob

Cardinal Critics Review Garden Catering: Unmatched Selection and Quality

Greenwich High School Students Launch “Cardinal Critics,” Review Joey B’s in Cos Cob 


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