My family has been buying from this market for 50 plus years. Quality meats, knowledgeable butchers, and a convenient location just makes this establishment a better choice than the local supermarket . Prices are a bit higher, but I am very picky about the meat I eat and am willing to pay more . Happy that they are still doing their homemade dried beef. It's way better than the bagged variety at the grocery store.
I started getting my luncheon meat and cheese and fish from Wassler's when I moved to the area. The food is great and the service excellent.The reason for taking the time to review them, though, is due to 2 party trays I picked up recently for a surprise birthday party.The trays included ham, turkey and cheese on mini-buns (very generous with the meat!), and ham salad and chicken salad (with walnuts and grapes) on croissants. All the sandwiches were excellent and my guests were extremely complementary. The tray also included a separate head of lettuce, sliced tomato's, onion and pickles. I highly recommend them for specialty items and weekly needs.
I just moved to the west side of town recently and decided to stop in Bridgetown finer meats and see what they had to offer. The products seemed to be in line with what you would expect from a local shop quality wise but the service was poor. Especially since there were twice as many employees working as customers in the shop. Yet, I still couldn't seem to get service. After finally receiving service I decided on a cut of beef at $6 a pound and requested they slice it down for me. At this point the owner told me its an extra $2 a pound for them to slice. That's a 33% mark up for something that every other butcher shop as well as grocery store meat counter in town does for free. I politely inquired about the practice to which the owner basically gave me a rude to bad response. Needless to say I wont be going back.