Kincaids Meat Market

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L.E. Kincaid & Sons opened its doors in 1921 and has been a mainstay on the north side of Indianapolis for over nine decades. Started by L.E. Kincaid and passed through the generations to his grandson, David Rollins, it was sold to the Dugdale family in 2015. Kincaid’s is a full-service butcher and meat market. The new owners have modernized the Kincaid’s experience but what hasn’t changed is the exceptional customer service and old-school butcher shop feel. The updates you will find are brand new local products that are the best of the best curated from Jonathan and Joe Mac’s years of experience in the food industry. Kincaid’s Meat Market is proud to serve multiple generations of Indianapolis families. Our customers know that they can expect the highest quality products from Kincaid’s and exceptional customer care that hasn’t changed over the years.

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Approximate location on a geospatial gridNorth Central Indy
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Home to Butler University and close to other neighborhoods like Broad Ripple, Butler-Tarkington’s older homes are enviable. This diverse neighborhood is only four miles north of Downtown Indianapolis and shares a border with Crown Hill Cemetery.

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