Hear ye, Hear ye all Salt Lake City carnivores like myself. Here is your temple! Fresh quality meats as far as the eye can see, with a friendly staff that will answer all your questions of ”How do I cook/grill this?” And see the sign on the far left? They also have “Great” Sandwiches along with other items to make this Meat Market one of Salt Lake City’s best. Follow the yellow brick road known as Highland Dr. to this Emerald City of Meat to make all your wildest dreams come true. Ready for this? Please refrain from drooling, here we go.
Chicken? They got it! Beef? uhm. duh! Pork? Yes. raw cuts or prepared meals like Chicken Cordon Bleu or BBQ ribs ready to grill. If you need some fast meat ready to throw on the grill, Snider’s has you covered, or if you are a grill master and want to prepare it yourself, you are covered here to.
I used to be one of those guys who did my entire grocery shopping at Wal-Mart or Target. I’ve always been underwhelmed by the quality of the meat at those places. Does anyone recall the “pink slime” controversy a few months back? Do you really want your meat to come with salt fillers and pink slime? I’m guessing the answer is no. Why not buy your meat freshly cut and au naturale? Snider’s not only uses freshly cut meats, but the prices are great, and you won’t find a friendlier staff anywhere.
As a guy who is married to someone who loves to shop, I typically hate going to stores. In fact, anytime I have to go to a mall, I immediately think of an exit strategy and how to get out with minimal casualties to my pocket-book. There are a few examples however of stores, that when I visit them, I never want to leave. I call them the holy trinity of Man-Stores. Home Depot/Lowe’s, Best Buy, and Snider’s Bros. Meats. Those are the only 3 stores I ever need to go to. Guys Snider’s Bros. Meats is your “Forever 21″ so enjoy it.
They advertise “Great” Sandwiches and I found that to be a lie. The sandwiches are “Awesome” not just great. What other place lets you choose 3 cheeses and 3 meats on the sandwich. They understand some of us just can’t make up our mind, so if you want to get 3 different kinds of each, then more power to you. For the above sandwich I went with roast beef and turkey and filled it with provolone cheese. Look at how thick that sandwich is? There is no shame in these guys’ game. Only a sandwich this big can come from a butcher shop. And for you punch card junkies walking around with Castanza size wallets, yes they have a punch card.
Yes unfortunately there were some cows harmed in the making of Snider’s Bros. Meats. There were also a few pigs and chickens also harmed. If you want to take your BBQ and dinner’s to the next level, and are tired of Wal-Mart quality meats, then you need to pay this place a visit. I can’t tell you how many people walked in while I was eating my sandwich and the people working knew those people by name. This is that neighborhood market where you go to get personalized quality service, and great tasting products.