Welcome to Brady’s Meat & Deli
Located at the corner of Phillip and Albert streets in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; Brady’s supplies quality local, certified organic, natural drug-free and specialty meats, grocery items, custom products and quality imported European items to a diverse customer base that stretches across Southern Ontario. We are proud to have served our community since 1999!
We hope to provide even greater service through our website by featuring product information, recipes and eventually online ordering convenience. We invite you to explore all our pages and see what we have to offer. Come, visit us and taste the difference!
In March 2016, the Be a Good Egg social media campaign asked people to vote for their favourite food bank. The Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank ended up coming third in the province, meaning they were going to receive $200 of meat from the campaign organizers. But Ontario Meat & Poultry and Brady’s decided to match and surpass that amount! We donated 68 lbs of beef brisket, 80 lbs of ground turkey, and 300 lbs of potatoes, a total of $1100!
On Saturday, May 21, 2016, Brady’s will be hosting a charity barbecue featuring Mike Farwell in support of Cystic Fibrosis Canada between 11am and 2pm. Enjoy a sausage on a bun, with all money raised going to charity, and enter your name in a draw to win a Broil King BBQ!
“The Naked Butcher” dons his kitchen apron on Thursday, May 5, 2016, 6pm–9pm at Relish Cooking Studio on Regina Street in Waterloo for an in-depth class on pork butchery. Rob Brady will talk about his sourcing standards and cutting techniques, then we cook up some seasonal dishes that demonstrate why grain-fed, antibiotic/hormone-free LiberTerre pork is so superior.
A full meal is included and there will be a prize for one lucky winner.
Looking to give a gift of good, healthy food this holiday? Brady’s now sells gift cards! Visit our store to pick one up!
Our holiday hours for the 2015-2016 Christmas season will be:
|Saturday 19 December||7:30am—4:30pm
(last day of regular hours)
|Sunday 20 December||Closed|
|Monday 21 December||9am—6pm|
|Tuesday 22 December||9am—6pm|
|Wednesday 23 December||9am—6pm|
|Thursday 24 December||6am—3pm|
|Friday 25 December||Closed|
|Saturday 26 December||Closed|
|Sunday 27 December||Closed|
|Monday 28 December||Closed|
|Tuesday 29 December||9am—6pm|
|Wednesday 30 December||9am—6pm|
|Thursday 31 December||9am—3pm|
|Friday 1 January||Closed|
|Saturday 2 January||7:30am—4:30pm|
|Sunday 3 January||Closed|
|Monday 4 January||Closed|
|Tuesday 5 January||9am—6pm
(first day of regular hours)