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If you’re a fan of prime beef, just wait until you try Wagyu from Lomelo’s Local Markets. Wagyu is a cut above prime, and our Wagyu beef is never frozen.

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About lomelo’s Local Markets

Lomelo’s is a modern butcher shop with a simple process. We don’t do any cutting in house; instead all of our products are cut and portioned at USDA-approved facilities. Everything we buy is cut and portioned to our specifications, and if it’s not perfect we send it back.

We invite you to eat, drink, and be merry. We’ll provide you with everything you need, all that’s left is for you to enjoy.

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Paige Vanzant

OMGOODNESS. They have the best steak ever. Truly spend a little more money but you'll be so thankful.

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The same day delivery or pickup

Same day delivery or Pickup

Lomelo’s was born with the goal of bringing the fine dining experiences we enjoy with our families to you. Before our wagyu local delivery service, most people who searched for “wagyu beef delivery near me” or similar terms would be disappointed. Now with our local pickup or same day delivery, more and more people can experience the difference between normal meat and our fresh, never frozen wagyu beef.

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Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

Is Wagyu beef illegal in the United States?

No, there's no law against selling eating wagyu in America. In fact, there are plenty of American cows that are bred specifically for the purpose of producing Wagyu beef.

The problem is, most Americans have never tasted real wagyu and so they have no frame of reference to help them understand how great this beef is.

If you've never tried wagyu beef, it's our top recommended product.

How much does 100g of wagyu beef cost?

Our smallest portion of wagyu beef starts at 8oz, which is approximately 220g, and costs $69. While most butchers and meat shops prefer to sell larger portions, if you find one offering 100g of wagyu it might cost anywhere from $40-$60.

How much does it cost to buy wagyu beef?

It depends on where you're buying it, and the type you're buying. But in most cases, you should be prepared to spend at least $50 for a single steak.

This is because wagyu cattle are expensive to raise, and in the case of Lomelo's wagyu beef, we only sell top-quality cuts that are wonderfully fresh and flavorful.

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