There Is One Must-Try Bone Broth in the City. And This Is It

Strange? Maybe. Delicious? Yes

For the record, the café and butcher shop Belcampo was making bone broth before it was trendy—“when it was still just on vinyl,” jokes former head butcher Jered Standing. Hype aside, it’s easy to acquire a taste for this unseasoned sipper made from roasted beef, pork, goat, and lamb bones, sold steaming in a 12oz paper coffee cup for $6.99 (or 20 oz for $9.99). Standing credits the drink’s grassy, nutty notes to the quality of the animals, but the creamy-mouth feel? That’s all pig. “Most batches have some feet in them,” he says. Yum.


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