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Hot food returns to Belcampo in Palo Alto

Uploaded: Mar 22, 2018
Burgers, cheesesteak, fries and more are back on the menu at Belcampo Meat Co. in Palo Alto.

The ultra-sustainable butcher shop stopped serving hot food items about two-and-a-half years ago at Town & Country Village.

Belcampo decided to restore the hot menu due to customer demand, a Belcampo spokesperson said.


Sandwiches with slow-braised lamb, left, and pulled pork served at Belcampo in Palo Alto in 2014. Photo by Ciera Pasturel/Palo Alto Weekly.

Mains on the new menu includes a turkey burger, lamb burger, fried chicken sandwich, Philly cheesesteak, barbacoa burrito and banh mi bowl with pulled chicken. There are also three salads and sides, including French fries and crispy broccolini served with lemon and chili.

The hot food will be available daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Belcampo opened in Palo Alto in 2014. Belcampo raises all of its animals at a farm in Mount Shasta and uses a 20,000 square-foot slaughterhouse designed by renowned animal science doctor Temple Grandin. They are handled humanely in accordance with rigorous Animal Welfare Association standards.
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