Did you know that every single day that our shop on Madison Avenue in Manhattan is open, there is a Lobel family member there cutting meat? The shop is never open without a Lobel behind the butcher block.
Why? Because we take pride in our product—it is our family name after all—and because we want to stay connected with our customers. There is something to say for being able to look our customer in the eye as we hand them a package of freshly cut steaks.
Of course, we can’t do that with all our customers nationwide—though we wish we could. So we’re doing the next best thing. We’re staying connected with you in as many ways as we can.
If you’re there, we want to be there too. That’s why we’re sharing with you on sites like Facebook and Pinterest. And we want to hear from you. So, please, come join us. We’d be delighted to have a conversation with you.
Pique Your Appetite with Lobel’s Culinary Club
For years, Lobel’s Culinary Club has been our email communication to our fans. Now, in addition to that, all the wisdom imparted by five generations of butchers can also be found in our Culinary Club blog. Here you’ll find ideas and inspiration for recipes, menus, and entertaining; learn about meat, Culinary Classics, and the history and culture of food; and hear first-hand what’s new and exciting with the Lobel family of butchers. Subscribe for free either by email or with an RSS reader.
“Like” us on Facebook
Become our fan on Facebook and be among the first to know about events, online exclusive promotions, and new products.
Plus, share your thoughts and opinions with us, and upload photos of all your favorite culinary creations. Or share shots of you and your family at our butcher shop, in Yankee Stadium, or MetLife Stadium.
We can’t wait to hear what you have to say, so come and join the conversation with us on Facebook!
Get Pinned: Foodies Love Pinterest
For many foodies, nothing gives them more inspiration than a gorgeous photo of something delicious. Be it a juicy steak, an elaborately decorated cake, a gooey cookie, or a Dagwood-worthy sandwich—a picture says it all.
And that’s what Pinterest is all about. It’s a way to share photos of what you love—or what you’re craving—with others. For instance, we have a Pinterest board all about game day eats—from slow cooked chili and amazing pull apart breads to finger foods and dips.
Check us out on Pinterest and come pin with us!
Tune in on YouTube
Watching our YouTube Channel is about as close as many people will get to having a renowned, fourth- or fifth-generation butcher in their kitchen with them.
And we have more exciting videos planned. Stop by, take a look, and let us know what else you’d like to see the Lobels demonstrate.
Out and about? Check in with us!
When you visit us in person at our Manhattan butcher shop or at the Carving Station at Yankee Stadium, don’t forget to show your friends what a meat aficionado you are by checking in on Foursquare on your mobile device. Not familiar with Foursquare? Learn about it here.
Also, after visiting any of our locations, find us on Yelp and write a review. Yelp allows you to write reviews of businesses you’ve visited, so that you can share your experiences with others. And we always appreciate our customers’ feedback!
Follow us on Twitter and get updates (of 140 characters or less, of course!) on the latest news, interesting blog posts, and photos—even of the Lobel family!
Tweet at us too! We’d love to hear from our fellow #meatlovers. Don’t forget to tweet us pictures of your freshly plated Lobel’s meat!