Parts & Labor is breaking down a prime steer. 100% of the meat sales to be donated to Harvey survivors.

Parts & Labor, 2600 N. Howard, Baltimore, MD

One of Baltimore’s coolest, smartest restaurants and prime whole-animal butchers has a request.

This weekend, join us at Parts & Labor and help to support those affected by Hurricane Harvey. The entire Foodshed Family has been heartbroken by the storm’s destruction in and around Houston, and as we enter a busy holiday weekend, we have an opportunity.

This morning, a prime steer was delivered to Parts & Labor from our friends at Old Line and head butcher, George Marsh, is currently breaking it down. We’ll donate 100% of sales from these cuts in the butcher shop and restaurant to support hunger relief efforts for flood victims.

Join us by looking for printed signs in the butcher shop or asking your server.

Parts & Labor is a special place. Everyone there works diligently to support and improve our region’s food system.

Owners and associates at Parts & Labor are driven by an unwavering commitment to the growers of the Chesapeake and work to reestablish and enhance the connection between people and the food they eat.

Baltimore’s Parts & Labor doing it right.

Visit Parts & Labor in the butcher shop for meats and related items from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm every day, or grab lunch from the counter until 5:00 pm.

The restaurant opens up at 5:00 pm every day, and slings beers, cocktails, wine, and an ever-changing menu of fire-cooked meats and vegetables until 10:00 pm Sunday through Thursday, and until 11:00 pm Friday and Saturday.

Parts & Labor
2600 N. Howard Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
For reservations call 443-873-8887

By Stephen Brockelman

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