Foodie Friday DFW: Old Town Market

  • BY Jay Marks
  • January 20, 2020
By Jay Marks
1013 Long Prairie Rd., Ste. 102 | Flower Mound, TX 75022

Old Town Market’s New Location

When we featured Old Town Market 2 years ago at their Old Town Lewisville location off of Mill St, they were our most-watched episode of 2018. If you’re a customer of theirs, you know why that’s the case!

Jay-and-peeps-InteriorOwner Shawn Knowles and his wife, Sharon, are beloved members of the community and have worked hard to continue on the “customer-first” tradition and philosophy of the original meat market which was opened by Shawn’s father, Bob, and Dickie Grant.

Hanging in the new location of the Old Town Market in Double Oak are Bob’s original carving knives, there to serve as a reminder of the past 43 years of service to the community.

The new location is absolutely beautiful and is jam-packed with all kinds of incredible products like the Amish butter which we love, ready-to-eat sides like okra, an assortment of spices and rubs, and jars upon jars of pickled items.

Meat-InteriorOf course, the showpiece of the store is the meat counter which is constantly being restocked with only the highest quality meats Shawn can find. Whether you need steaks, hamburger patties, roast, fajita chicken, or ribs, Shawn and his team can help you out. And if you don’t see the cut of meat that you need, let them know and they’ll cut it however you need!

You can find specials running throughout the year for holidays, etc. But their most popular deal is most definitely their Anniversary specials in May which include the Bacon-Wrapped Filets. We always get some for ourselves and apparently lots of you do too, because Shawn told us they sold around 42,000 filets this past May!

Meat-Interior-2One of our favorite parts about filming at the Old Town Market is getting to go in the back and watch them cut and carve all the meats. It truly is an art form and is fascinating to watch. Now at the new location, you can watch them at work through the big, open windows behind the meat counter.

We selfishly love that their new location is closer to us and are grateful for the years of dedicated service they’ve provided to our local community!

photos courtesy of Foodie Friday DFW

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