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Dai Due Butcher Shop & Restaurant

09.11.2014 by: Beth Stockwell Vanderkolk
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Dai Due, former farmers marker purveyor, has opened a restaurant and butcher shop in East Austin. The classic, old-school butcher shop, open Tuesday through Sunday, offers a nice selection of traditional cuts from whole animals sourced from our ranching partners. They feature grassfed beef, pastured pork, feral hog, free-roaming venison, goat, lamb, fresh chicken, quail and more, all hand-cut by their butchers. They source directly from farms and have firsthand knowledge of their practices and standards, and are proud to represent these Texas producers.

Dai Due offers two menus - an a la carte selection with a variety of items from small appetizers to huge platters that serve a crowd or their Supper Club menu. The nightly Supper Club menu features an appetizer course, a second course of grilled meats or seafood (on Fridays) with a selection of vegetables, and your choice of dessert, with coffee or an herbal tisane. These dinners are served family style and are shareable, but you can order from the a la carte selections, too, or build upon this supper with additional small plates. See a few plates we ordered on our recent visit below!

Along with this array of grilling, roasting and braising cuts, Dai Due present traditional sausages and charcuterie that pay homage to their German, Mexican and Cajun roots. From fresh breakfast sausages to smoked sausages to terrines and pates, the Butcher Shop is a great place to forage a weekday meal for family, a parrillada for dozens of friends, a dinner party, or the fixings for a simple lunch.


Freshly baked venison kolaches


Queso flameado with beef picadillo, bacon, tomatillo salsa, and handmade tortillas 


Pork confit with apples, mint, red onion, jalapeno


Spicy fried half rabbit with honey garlic chili glaze and summer kimchi


Butcher case


Open kitchen and prep area

Dai Due Official Site

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