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!
On April 4th 2014, Broil King interviewed Rob Brady about the best cuts of meat for the barbecue. They’ve also featured the interview on the Steak 101: Finding the perfect cuts page of their Ten and Two website.
Brady’s would like to thank all our customers who donated and participated in our Giant Toblerone fundraiser: together we raised $875!
Artisan Gold is pleased to offer Brady’s customers a new twist on an old tradition.
The Artisan Gold turkey originated from Landes, the Aquitaine region of France. This turkey has been raised locally in Winterbourne, Ontario. They are free-run, grain-fed, antibiotic-free and air chilled.
This bird boasts a unique taste and texture, distinctive skin, and black feathering.
Order your turkeys today! Brady’s is now accepting orders for Christmas.
Brady’s has sent our first batch of natural, drug-free PEI ground beef to the Out of the Cold program at First United Church in Waterloo.
Bradys will be accepting donations of warm clothing, hats, hoods and used jackets in our donation box under our window.
On the 31st of October 2013, The Record announced the winners of it’s 2013 Reader Awards. Brady’s won the Platinum award for best butcher shop in Waterloo Region!
Thanks to all our customers who voted for us!
Brady’s would like to thank everyone who donated to the St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market Relief Fund. Together we raised $770 at our store!
In the early morning of September 2nd, 2013, the main building of the St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market was destroyed by a fire destroying the stalls of many market vendors including Brady’s Meat & Deli.