They have all grades—choice and prime (as well as one lower than choice I believe) and their ribeyes are awesome. My 6 year old loves going in there and picking out steaks for his favorite meal (ribeyes). I also like that they still focus on customer service and will cut and prepare whatever you want to order. I usually go in once or twice a month, pick out a ton of stuff and take it home and pop it in the freezer. I always have them cut fresh beef tenderloin filets (one cannot live on ribeye alone) for me in exactly the size (and meat grade) that I want for the exact portion for our family.
My daughter’s all time favorite meal is turkey saltimbocca which involves thin sliced turkey cutlets (and prosciutto and sage). First, I have found it nearly impossible to find turkey cutlets anywhere in Indy, and they just pull a fresh breast out of the case and cut me perfect cutlets. Depending on who is doing the cutting, sometimes I don’t even have to pound them they are already so thin. So this is also an item that I stock up on at Kincaid’s. Of course, for the quality and service received, it is more expensive than your local grocery, but trust me when I say you can taste the difference.
They also carry a lot of local and regional products like Joseph Decuis soups, Graeter’s ice cream, Cook’s Ranch bison, and various dairy products from Trader’s Point Creamery. And my favorite thing is in the spring when they have lots and lots of morels. I took a picture of their stash last year. Check them out! And hey, just a couple doors down is the Flying Cupcake. Not a bad little combination shopping trip.
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