The six-person lunch counter and a meat display case replace what was once the longtime Grand Central butcher Economy Meats.
On the menu are the Philly cheesesteak sandwich with thinly sliced seared beef, peppers, onions and a house cheese sauce ($12); the Belcampo burger with dry-aged and grass-fed beef, cheddar and caramelized onions on a sesame seed bun ($12.50); cabeza frita cemita with deep-fried pork head and trotter, avocado, salsa and queso ($11); a meatball sandwich with beef and pork, tomato sauce, garlic butter, melted provolone and basil ($11.50); a twice-cooked duck bun or sandwich, with steamed and fried duck, hoisin-honey glaze, celery and lemon ($6.50/$14); and the Marrakesh cheesesteak with thinly sliced, seared lamb, harissa aioli, feta and arugula ($13).
Sides include chili ($5/$8), fried broccolini ($6), bone broth ($3.50) and beef tallow fries ($4). You can also opt to add jowl bacon ($2.50) to any sandwich.
Next to the lunch counter is the butcher shop, where customers can purchase cuts of grass-fed beef, pork, lamb, poultry, goat and rabbit.
The butchery is open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, and the restaurant is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
317 S. Broadway, Stall F-9, F-10, Los Angeles, (213) 625-0304, www.belcampomeatco.com/
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