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Pinegrove Market & Deli
Located off of Park Street on Pinegrove Road this little deli and market has developed quite a committed fan base. It is not uncommon to see a line flow onto the sidewalk outside of their entrance.
When conversations about "who has the best burger in town?" come up Pinegrove easily makes the short list for a phenomenal no-nonsense classic American burger.
They have comprehensive breakfast options and any deli sanwhich you can think of ordering is on their menu.
Pinegrove is a butcher shop with beautiful cuts of beef that they dry age. Their aging process:
1. We use only the top grades of beef for dry aging-- USDA Choice. These have a thick layer of fat on the outside protecting the meat from spoiling during the aging process.
2. Once the loin is delivered to us fresh, it is rinsed well with cold water and allowed to drain. We then carefully pat it very dry with paper towels.
3. The loin is then wrapped in immaculately clean, large, plain white cotton dish towels and placed in our refrigerators.
4. The towels are changed every day, replacing the moisture-soiled towels with fresh ones. This process continues for 10 days to 2 weeks.
5. After the desired aging time, we hand-cut the steaks from each end, trim as desired, and allow the rest to continue to age in the refrigerator. Source
1511 Pinegrove Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32205
Mon-Fri 8 am - 6 pm
Sat 8 am - 5 pm
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