Looking for the best places in West Virginia? We have those answers and more in this year’s Best of West Virginia issue. Each year our readers cast ballots, and this year they cast more than ever before. Nearly 200,000 votes rolled in selecting the very best in more than 70 categories. Read about this year’s winners in our butcher shop category and use the 2020 Best of West Virginia awards as your personal guide to the state’s best eateries, towns, parks, cideries, museums, and more.
Swift Level Fine Meats
Jennifer Jones was born into the cattle business and has spent a lifetime working on a farm. At Swift Level Fine Meats, opened in 2017, Jones and her son provide the greater Greenbrier Valley with the finest assortment of local meats the area has to offer, whether it’s from pasture or stream. They keep their smoker busy, always reaching for new flavors and methods of curing, and they craft hams, bacon, and sausages in-house. 836 Maplewood Avenue, Lewisburg, 304.645.1020, swiftlevelfinemeats.com, @swiftlevelfinemeats on Facebook
Farmer’s Daughter Market & Butcher
2908 Northwestern Turnpike, Capon Bridge, 304.856.2550, farmersdaughterwv.com, @farmersdaughterwv on Facebook
Johnnie’s Fresh Meat Market
800 Smith Street, Charleston, 304.342.0224, johnniesmeats.com, @johnniesfreshmeatmarket on Facebook
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