Well, consider those lunch plans made — the Stachowski Market and Deli is now open in Georgetown's old Griffin Market space. Per Urban Daddy, the butcher shop quietly opened over the weekend and is now offering the charcuterie that owner Jamie Stachowski has long been selling at local farmers' markets. This brick-and-mortar space has been much anticipated since it was first announced in the fall. Eater stopped by for a look at the pig-shaped sandwich board and what goods are filling up the deli cases.
While the market is still filling up deli cases, they've got things like pork loin chop, skirt steak mignon, short ribs and a pancetta-wrapped muscovy duck in one case. The other bears the Stachowski charcuterie such as their smoked kielbasa, duck prosciutto, pate and more. Plus, of course, there's a small sandwich menu written on a pig-shaped blackboard offering hot pastrami, a four-meat grinder, kielbasa with sauerkraut and mustard and more.
There's not much else to the space yet, but there are plans to add seating by the windows, coffee for the neighbors and stock shelves with prepared meals in addition to the chips, mustards, olive oil and more. There's also a refrigerated case with drinks, eggs and strawberries at the moment. Hours are Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. No telephone yet, sorry.
The sandwich menu: