Damaged by water, The Chop Shop Butchery hopes to re-open next week

A broken sprinkler pipe several floors above The Chop Shop Butchery broke early February 13, damaging walls and floors in the fledgling but highly successful artisan butcher shop. This was posted on the shop’s Facebook page by the owners:

Hi, folks. Unfortunately last night we had some water damage from a broken sprinkler pipe a couple of floors above us. We are trying to “dry up” and repair the damage. Rest assured, we will be opening back up as soon as we can. Sorry for the inconvenience. We will keep you updated….we really appreciate all of you and look forward to seeing you very soon!

~Your neighborhood butchers at The Chop Shop

Looks like the shop will re-open later this week, according to another recent post, dated Saturday, Feb. 18:

“We have most of the damaged walls and floors removed … now waiting for it to finish drying. We are hoping to get back open late next week. We really miss you all and can’t wait to get back up and running. We are really sorry for the inconvenience. Thank you all for your good vibes, understanding, and loyalty.”

Are you a fan of the Chop Shop? Keep an eye on the butchery’s Facebook page for updates, or call 505-3777 for more information.


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