The 10 Best Meat Processors near Wilkes, Portland, Oregon
Some of the most higly rated Meat Processors near Wilkes are:
- Newport Meats (5/5)
- The Beautiful Pig (5/5)
- Continental Sausage (5/5)
- D-Original Sausage Company (5/5)
- Scratch Meats (4.9/5)
- Mondo & Sons (4.9/5)
- A & S Meat and Poultry (4.9/5)
- Michlitch Spokane Spice Company (4.8/5)
- Sumas Meats (4.8/5)
- Butcher Boys (4.6/5)
Here is a review from an user.
Excellent tour today. They seem to have all the food safety and security bases covered. Tried some of their burgers for use at Scythe.
Purchased a pack of salami at the Long Beach farmers market over the weekend and opened it to eat today. Unfortunately we ended up tossing it because it just tasted like grease. I wasted $ on what I thought was going to be a high end product.
Miss this place dearly. Super tasty salami and cured meats. Drew a 5th generation charcuterie maker really knows his stuff.
I picked up some of the armadillo sausages today at the Milwaukie farmer’s market, and it was outstanding. I came away very impressed with the quality of the product, and I will be returning to try some new stuff.
First rate quality meats. Ordered ahead and picked up steaks and sausages. Prime always available! Unique custom butchery items. Andover Parkway East and Costco Drive.
Good Quality meat and great taste. Must try the new Paneer tikka.
The best smelling place in Spokane! They have all the tools and supplies you need to make and smoke most sausages, jerky, snack sticks. Love this place. The staff is very knowledgeable and helpful.
Just found out about this place. I wish I knew about it sooner. What a great place for fresh meat. Awesome service and beautiful ride out there. Friendly country atmosphere. Don't miss out, go and get some tasty meat 😋
Friendly & efficient service , great prices, high quality meats to fulfill any carnivore’s grilling dreams. Fresh. Fresh. Fresh. Excellent selection. Smells like a meat-lover’s heaven - takes me to hickory and bbq sun drenched afternoons, even during the bitter, rain soaked winter.