Making It Work: Third-generation butchers finds tasty new way to deliver

When its wholesale restaurant trade vanished overnight, McLoughlin’s Craft Butchers pivoted to home delivery

24th May, 2020
Making It Work: Third-generation butchers finds tasty new way to deliver
Pat McLoughlin with his daughter Kate of McLoughlin’s Craft Butchers: the family business is delivering meat directly to people‘s homes in Dublin. Picture: Fergal Phillips

McLoughlin’s Craft Butchers, the third-generation family business supplying some of Dublin’s top restaurants, has launched a home delivery service for people living in and around the city.

The Clondalkin company made the move in early March after Covid-19 restrictions forced hotels and restaurants around the country to close their doors. It is now selling restaurant-quality meat online at, ranging from dry-aged beef, pork and lamb to côte de boeuf and...

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