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Irish people in New York will absolutely love this Bronx butcher's chocolate selection

They’ve got everything an Irish emigrant could possibly want.

IT’S THE LITTLE things that Irish people miss when they move abroad.

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A purple snack with their cup of Barry’s tea. A packet of Tayto sandwiched in a soft, spongy Brennan’s loaf.

Prime Cuts butcher in The Bronx, New York, is a saviour for Irish ex-pats living in the city. You don’t have to put up with crap chocolate and sub-standard chipper grub, these guys have got you covered.

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Not only do they sell meat, they also sell a wealth of chocolate bars, flour, jams, biscuits, and TEA.

Located in the Woodlawn area of The Bronx since 1998, they make their own black pudding and corned beef, and sell all the Irish favourites.

Owner Brandon Stapleton emigrated from Ireland in 1986 and brought all of the goodness of home over with him.

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Their sausage rolls look like they’d definitely get rid of a hangover

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As well as this, they also do battered sausages, Irish breakfast rolls, Donegal catch, and a snack box.

Sure where would you get it?

Go on with your Hersheys

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The New York Times profiled the butcher earlier this year, saying:

They make sausages, brine and cure meat, and peel more than 100 pounds of potatoes a day for catering. They also bake pies, scones, brown bread and, of course, Irish soda bread..

One customer told them she comes in for the taste of home and the same sort of “sensibility and attitude”.

If nothing else, it’s the perfect place to pick up your Afternoon Tea for when mammy comes to visit

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