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For meats and cheese served up with a French flavour, head to Côte de Boeuf on Ossington Avenue.

Having run a popular restaurant in the locale for several years, owner Teo Paul decided it would be a great idea to open a store that stocked supplies found in his recipes. To this end, Côte de Boeuf butchery was born in 2012.

The shop features meats such as Scotch mountain beef along with pantry staples, charcuterie, ready-to-heat-and-eat meals and canned items all prepared on the premises.

French and Ontario cheeses are also on the shelves with the manager, a former cheese buyer in France, contributing his first-hand experience with Gallic delicacies to the product range. “Customers love the cheeses we stock for entertaining at home or using in picnics,” says Teo.

Côte de Boeuf also accepts reservations for an evening of fine cuisine. Diners looking for a little “je ne sais quoi” can enjoy private meals on the Parisian-style premises. Off-site catering is another option, and the butchery maintains a regular roster of clients including both small and large businesses.

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Cote de Boeuf takes inspiration for the gourmet shops in Paris. Its dedication locally sourced and hormone free meat can be seen in the massive selection. Customers can custom age their beef, and Cote de Boef offers sausages made fresh to order. On Thursdays, it sells fresh heritage hens. There is a Butchers Table tucked away in the back of the Ossington shop where you can try the $85 prix-fixe menu.

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If you’ve got a hankering for something a little different, this Parisian-style neighbourhood boucherie will not disappoint. By day, it’s a bustling butcher shop where all beef and pork are sourced from a single local farmer. Prepared steaks, chops, roasts and house-made sausages are dry-aged to perfection (they can even be custom-aged to your preference). By night, the store transforms into a chef’s table where mouth-watering meals are prepared by Parisian chef Chris Mathias. Other specialties include duck confit, foie gras, pork terrine, chicken pot pies, pantry preserves and hard-to-find wild game selections (partridge, anyone?).

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