I haven’t seen my butcher in six weeks (except for in this recent video, where she showed Molly Baz how to break down a pig). And though I stocked up on ground meat, sausages, and cuts appropriate for braising weeks ago, my freezer meat supply is running low—and sometimes a girl just needs a steak. Same boat? Great. Because below, you’ll find a round up of online butchers, farmers, and other meat suppliers that ship nationwide (unless otherwise noted). Big or small, these are the purveyors our editors and Test Kitchen team love to use—and love to support, too. (Looking for pantry items? Start here!)

Here’s Molly, with my butcher!

Butchers and Distributors

Pat LaFrieda
This New York institution famous for its burgers sells everything from premium dry-aged black angus steaks to lamb chops.

Porter Road
Hormone- and antibiotic-free, pasture-raised beef, pork, lamb, and chicken from Kentucky and Tennessee. Subscription boxes available for regular deliveries every two, four, or eight weeks.

Poultry, beef, pork, and lamb offered in a wide variety of specialty and conventional cuts, plus game like venison, boar, and rabbit, all sourced from small farms, ranches, and cooperatives.

Mosner Family Brands
Beef, lamb, poultry, pork, and veal from a family-owned processor in New York. Associate editor Alex Delany is a fan, and the code BONAPPETIT will get you 10% off your entire order.

Heritage Foods
Humanely raised, antibiotic- and hormone-free beef, poultry, lamb, and goat, with an emphasis on heritage breeds. Works with farmers across the U.S.; normally supplies our friends I Sodi, Win Son, Chez Panisse, Botanica, and more. Flat rate shipping and incentivizing loyalty program on offer.

High-end butcher with a focus on beef—including dry-aged steaks—that typically supplies many New York restaurants (Atera, Daniel, and Hearth among them). A favorite of Test Kitchen Manager Gaby Melian, and she’s from Argentina, so you know she knows her steak. Keep an eye on the weekly specials.

Feed The Party
Steaks, chops, and ground beef sold in bulk—meaning, you’re getting at least 10 of whatever you’re purchasing. Ships free.

The J&E General
Subscription boxes featuring antibiotic- and hormone-free, ethically raised beef, pork, lamb, and poultry from our friends Erika Nakamura and Jocelyn Guest. Ships to the New York area only.

Holy Grail Steak Company
Japanese and American Wagyu beef, including steak flights. Currently running a good sale on bulk Wagyu burgers.