Butcher Block Opens Third Location
Butcher Block Master Meat Crafter Gregory Burrowes welcomes the Thursday Food team to his newest location. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)

It’s official! Butcher Block’s third outpost is up, almost fully stocked and running at the Loshusan Plaza. Eight months after the roll-out of its Harmony Hall, St Mary, location Master Meat Crafter Gregory Burrowes has added a second Corporate Area location, this time in the highly populated Kingston 6 locale.

Expect the same outstanding customer service along with best cuts of quality meat, local artisanal cheeses courtesy of Outland Hurders, Cannonball pot pies, a wide range of Rainforest Caribbean products, local and imported sauces and seasonings. Butcher Block remains the exclusive distributor of Stonewall Kitchen condiments as well as the Weber Grill. There’s also exclusive topshelf Select Brands liquor available.

What to look forward to? Indoor and outdoor seating, freshly brewed coffee, freshly baked bread and donuts, deli meat sandwiches and a weekly rotation of pastries, desserts and/or puddings made by the island’s best artisans.

Incredibly, there’s more! With Father’s Day on Sunday, June 19, your friendly butcher has you covered. For $20,000 you can pick up 2.2 lbs of New York strip steak, a pack of Butcher Block sweet potato fries, a bottle of Private Label by Gregory Burrowes Ultimate Steak Rub, and a bottle of Robert Mondavi Private Selection Cabernet Sauvignon 2019. All that’s left to do is fire up the grill!

Happy Father’s Day from Butcher Block.

Butcher Block has opened its third location at Shop #5 Loshusan Plaza29 East Kings House RoadSun-Mon 10:00 am - 4:00 pmTues-Thurs 10:00 am - 6:00 pmFri 10:00 - 7:00 pmSat 10:00 am - 6:00 pm (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
The Butcher Block Father’s Day special includes Butcher Block sweet potato fries, Private Label by Gregory Burrowes Ultimate Steak Rub, Robert Mondavi Private Selection Cabernet Sauvignon 2019, and 2.2 lbs of Butcher Block New York Strip Steak. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
You can also get your Rainforest Caribbean products from Butcher Block including shrimp, scallop, salmon, sushi grade tuna and sea bass.(Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Butcher Block Store Supervisor Jamie Stewart weighs Chorizo sausages.(Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Garlic Herb Steak with Blackberry Sauce
Butcher Block is the exclusive distributor of Stonewall Kitchen products in Jamaica. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Chilly Witch ice creams (top shelf) Vanilla and Choc Chip and (bottom shelf) Mango Passion Sobert and Honeycomb ice cream (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Stush’s Originals products (from left) Beet & Feta Burgers, Plant-based sausages and Plant-based meatballs (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Butcher Block Loshusan has a great selection of wines from Select Brands. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Butcher Block directors Marilyn Burrowes (left) and Kristen Burrowes proudly display the Tooksie’s Sweet Pucker and Kelly’s Homemade Pepper Jelly, respectively. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Butcher Block intern Leah McConnell presents the Cannonball Ready Ready Meals Creamy Chicken Lasagna (left) and Pot Pies. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)

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