At Bellevue’s Bill The Butcher, It’s Always Meat And Greet

When Dr. Mark Adams of the health and wellness company, Onvo, needs to jump start a new program for a client, he doesn't send them off with a list of tasteless diet foods to buy. Instead, he writes a prescription for grass fed, grass finished meat and sends them next door to Bill the Butcher.

The old-fashioned butcher shop recently opened its newest location on the corner of Main Street and 106 Avenue Southeast in Bellevue. Named for founding butcher William Von Schneidau, the speciality butcher shop has quickly become known for its sustainable business practices, offering local, grass-fed and hormone-free meats.

The shop ensures a quality product by purchasing meat from local farmers in Carnation, Auburn, Mount Vernon, Duvall, and Spanaway among others. The shop also offers a wide selection of complimentary items including rubs, spices and marinades made locally.

The Bellevue location marks the sixth Bill the Butcher to open since August 2009, with other locations in Woodinville, Redmond and Seattle.

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