Dave is always ready to help you.

Dave and his Son Chris

BUSINESS HOURS: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM MON-SAT 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM SUN

CLOSED NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING & CHRISTMAS DAY

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BUSINESS HOURS: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM MON-SAT  9:00 AM - 5:00 PM SUN 
CLOSED NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING & CHRISTMAS DAY

Welcome to THE STORE, the only old-fashioned meat market in Raytown, and the finest in the Kansas City metropolitan area.facebook icon
We specialize in custom cuts of USDA Prime & USDA Choice Black Angus beef, trimmed to your preference.
Never pre-packaged and always sold to you fresh.
Our loyal customers have been with us since the beginning, over 20 years ago. They like our personal service and have become part of THE STORE family.
Discover the difference today at THE STORE!
THE STORE has a great selection of secret recipe house-made sausages and ready-to-cook delicacies, such as:
* Cajun Andouille, sweet or spicy Italian, savory Polish, and hearty Country Breakfast sausages.
* Bacon-wrapped Pork, Chicken, or Beef Rolls, ready for the barbeque or the oven.
* Fresh beef or chicken skewers and delicious Steak Bites, perfect for a quick cookout.
* Easy side dishes like stuffed mushrooms and twice-baked potatoes for dinner in a hurry.
* You have to try our famous Squealers! Prime sirloin patties ground together with smoky bacon, they make the best burger in the known universe!

Holiday Feasts

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Last Updated on Sunday, 25 November 2012 22:18 Written by Manager Tuesday, 06 December 2011 03:43

It's the most succulent time of the year!

Our Santa's helpers in red aprons are up to their elbows preparing for the holiday rush. The Store's special double smoked holiday hams are popular with many of our regular customers year after year.

Whole bone-in ham: $2.49/lb

Bone-in ham (shank portion): $2.29/lb

Bone-in ham (butt portion): $2.49/lb

Boneless ham: $5.49/lb

If you're feeding a fowl-loving crowd, order a fresh turkey! Have The Store smoke it for you and cross another chore off your list.

Fresh Turkey: $1.49/lb (unsmoked)


Impress your guests with a spectacular Crown Pork Roast, $3.39/lb.

Has everyone been very, very good this year? Perhaps they deserve Choice Black Angus Prime Rib, bone-in or boneless, $9.99/lb.

Maybe you're hoping for a sea change in the New Year. Serve a shrimp boil, with all the fixings. We've got an awesome deal for you.

2 lb bag fresh frozen 31/40ct shrimp: $11.98

Need a last-minute gift for the carnivore in your life? The Store Gift Cards make a great stocking stuffer.


   

25th Anniversary!

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Written by Manager Wednesday, 28 December 2011 15:14


The Store Meat Market is celebrating their 25th Anniversary as a local
meat market specializing in quality steaks, ribs, pork, smoking woods,
and a fine selection of barbeque sauces, marinades, and rubs.
Dave Pollard, his dad Bill, and his father-in-law "Bud" bought The Store
in Raytown in 1986. Each man had a talent to share.  Dave had 18 years
experience as a butcher, Bill had been a grocery store manager  for Kroger
and Balls for over 30 years and "Bud" had retired from Allis-Chalmers as a
man who could fix anything mechanical. Together they built a reputation
for selling quality meat that tasted better than at any grocery store.

Bill retired in 1992 and "Bud" kept going until his 80th birthday in 2010. 
Dave's son Chris is the third generation to cut meat behind The Store's meat
counter and manages the deer processing  from September to January. 

This year The Store was recognized by the Kansas City Star as "The Best Old
School Meat Market in Kansas City" and The Pitch has featured The Store in their
magazine.  Come see us at 6624 Raytown Road, we're just minutes away
from the Royals and Chiefs stadiums. Try our squealers, a ground sirloin patty
with bacon and cheese in it and our Italian sausage links have been a tailgater's
favorite since George Brett's 3000th hit in 1992.