Ottomanelli Bros.

New York's Legendary Italian Butcher
Ottomanelli Bros.
There aren't many old school butchers left in New York City, so you know they have something special if they're still slicing and dicing. Ottomanelli Bros. has been carving up some of the city's best meat for over a century and has no plans on slowing down any time soon.
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For over 100 years, Ottomanelli Bros. has been a family-run butcher shop since the family immigrated to New York from southern Italy. Now on its fourth generation of Ottomanellis, the neighborhood shop continues to hand carve prime meat for families on the Upper East Side and across the country. It’s the type of old school New York shop you just don’t see very often anymore—where the white apron clad butchers are on a first-name basis with customers they’ve been helping for sometimes 25 years or longer.

With top-quality steaks and ribs that are dry-aged in-house, this family of experienced butchers has created quite an empire for themselves—an Ottoman-elli empire, that is.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Ottomanelli Bros. has been featured in The New York Times, Town & Country, New York Magazine and The Village Voice.

Ottomanelli Bros.

New York's Legendary Italian Butcher

For over 100 years, Ottomanelli Bros. has been a family-run butcher shop since the family immigrated to New York from southern Italy. Now on its fourth generation of Ottomanellis, the neighborhood shop continues to hand carve prime meat for families on the Upper East Side and across the country. It’s the type of old school New York shop you just don’t see very often anymore—where the white apron clad butchers are on a first-name basis with customers they’ve been helping for sometimes 25 years or longer.

With top-quality steaks and ribs that are dry-aged in-house, this family of experienced butchers has created quite an empire for themselves—an Ottoman-elli empire, that is.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Ottomanelli Bros. has been featured in The New York Times, Town & Country, New York Magazine and The Village Voice.