Located in the heart of Ashtabula Harbor's Historic Bridge Street, Rennick Meat Market is influenced by its history as a butcher shop that was run by TJ Rennick in the late 1800s - early 1900s. The owners, Jennifer Pociask and Alex Asteínza, are embracing the historical décor, having restored as much as possible, to revive the ghosts of the building's past.
They hold on to the love of cooking in the old ways, dry-aging steaks, making homemade pickles, mustards, sausages and cured meats. They are dedicated to serving fresh, healthy and local fare, prepared simply and honestly.
1104 Bridge Street was a butcher shop from 1889 until 1962. Owned by Thomas J Rennick and family.
To bring you the best quality possible, we are dedicated to make as much in-house as possible. From our Worcestershire sauce to our pastas to our burgers.
Our steaks are dry-aged for at least thirty days to produce the best possible flavor and tenderness.
Keep it fresh. That's our motto when it comes to everything, even our drinks. We squeeze our own juices, and use fresh herbs and spices in our cocktails. Also, we offer over twenty wines by the glass so that each dish you have can be matched perfectly with one of our beverages.