dickson's farmstand meats

Dickson’s Farmstand is a purveyor of a unique selection of artisanal meat and meat products. Our beef, lamb, pork, goat and poultry are sourced from local farms , hand-picked because of their commitment to producing natural, humanely-raised, high-quality and distinctive meat products. At Dickson’s, we connect you to the source of your food: small-scale, sustainable farms that feel just out of reach here in New York City. We introduce you to each of our farmers by sharing with you the stories of their animals, their farms, and their growing methods.

We sell diverse products to satisfy the food needs, discerning tastes and conscientiousness of the New York City community. We offer grass-fed/grass-finished, organic, heritage breed and more traditional meat products—always feed-lot free and raised without added hormones, the use of prophylactic antibiotics or animal by-products.

The Men & Women Behind The Meat

 

Jake Dickson- Owner

David Schuttenberg- Chef 

Giancarlo Sbarbaro- Butcher

Jocelyn Guest- Cutting Room Manager

Aldo Rendon- Butcher

Sasha Hippard- FOH

Fred Mauer - Sausage Extrodinaire

Dave Anderson - Cook

Ted Rosen- Store Manager and Special Projects Coordinator

Andy Paynter - FOH

Adrianna Scuderi - FOH

Jimmy Zhou- Sous Chef

Michael Kelly - Porter

 





About Dickson's Farmstand Meats

Dickson’s Farmstand is a purveyor of a unique selection of artisanal meat and meat products. Our beef, lamb, pork, goat and poultry are sourced from local farms, hand-picked because of their commitment to producing natural, humanely-raised, high-quality and distinctive meat products. At Dickson’s, we connect you to the source of your food: small-scale, sustainable farms that feel just out of reach here in New York City. We introduce you to each of our farmers by sharing with you the stories of their animals, their farms, and their growing methods. We offer grass-fed/grass-finished, organic, heritage breed and more traditional meat products—always feed-lot free and raised without added hormones, the use of prophylactic antibiotics or animal by-products.