Brooklyn Cured

The smell of sizzling bacon on a Sunday morning. The snap of a hot dog at a mid-summer ballgame. Saucy barbeque ribs at a backyard cookout. A sip of robust red wine with a bite of translucent cured ham.

These experiences are the foundation of Brooklyn Cured.

Brooklyn Cured is based on the traditions of Italian-American pork stores, the Lower East Side deli, the French charcuterie, and the German beer garden. We make hot dogs, bacon, country pate and other deliciously crafted meats by hand in small batches. We love making it, and we love sharing it even more.

Though Brooklyn Cured is based on tradition, our flavors are modern and our values are progressive. We work with local farms that use sustainable practices which keep their animals happy and the environment healthy. The meat we use is always antibiotic free. We never add nitrates, nitrites, or other preservatives to our products.

NEWS Our 2014 Market Season
Come see us at our outdoor markets this season! We will have our full line of sausages, smoked meats, and charcuterie available for you to take home and share with your family and friends. Find us at...

McGolrick Park Market
Russell Street and Nassau Avenue in Brooklyn
Starting May 11 | Every Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm

Morningside Park Market
110th Street and Manhattan Avenue in Manhattan
Starting May 24 | Every Saturday, 9:30 am to 5 pm

Park Slope Market
4th Street and 5th Avenue in Brooklyn
Year 'round | Every Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm

A cure is a salt and spice mixture applied to meat to preserve it and make it delicious.
Charcuterie is a word that means deli or butcher. It is derived from the French term, char cuit, which means “cooked meat.”