Ol' Fashioned Butcher

Always on-site


Hand Cut

All of our cuts are made by hand on site, no precut steak here. We offer specialty cuts at no additional cost, just ask. Rubo's, has and will always cut meat fresh.


Hand Packaged

We wrap all our meat products on-site by hand in climate controlled environments to ensure the freshness is preserved, and taste is maintained.


Hand Delivered

We take pride in the fact that all our meat is cut and packaged on-site so from our cutting boards to your grill or table, we thank you for shopping Rubo's.

Butcher on Site

Fresh Cuts

We Cut meat the old fashioned way, to order.

Rib Eye

The rib eye or ribeye is a beef steak from the rib section. The rib section of beef spans from ribs six through twelve.


The T-bone and porterhouse are steaks of beef cut from the short loin. Both steaks include a "T-shaped" bone with meat on each side.

Boneless Pork Chop

These lean steaks are similar to sirloin chops, only meatier and boneless.

Fresh Sauage

Fresh sausages are simply seasoned ground meats that are cooked before serving. The primary seasoning agents in fresh sausages are salt and sugar along with various savory herbs and spices, and often vegetables, including onion and garlic.

Center Cut Pork Chop

A center cut chop and that looks like a pork T-bone. It has a New York cut on top, which is a boneless loin chop when the bone is removed, and the fillet or tenderloin on the bottom.

Cube Steak

Cube steak is a cut of beef, usually top round or top sirloin, tenderized by fierce pounding with a meat tenderizer, or use of an electric tenderizer. The name refers to the shape of the indentations left by that process.

Whole Cut Chicken

The whole bird, cut by hand to include all cuts of a chicken on one tray.

Sliced Country Style Bacon

Cured and smoaked then sliced to your desired thickness.


Who We Are

Quality meat at affordable prices and a butcher on site always.

It all started when a man walked into a bank.

This man was Ernest Milton Patrick, and after 23 years of working in another chain store he decided it was time to open up a store of his own.  He opened his first store in 1971 in Oglethorpe, GA it was a small store called “Handy Stop”.  Wanting to make the stores to have a more personal touch he and his wife Ruthel, brain-stormed and decided to merge their names and thus “Rubo’s” was born.  The shamrock was added to the apostrophe to honor the Partick Irish heritage.  

The year was

and tired from traveling and being away from family “Bo” Patrick opens first store.


A promise made

Good meat, at affordable prices and a butcher on site at all times.

beef steak in white background

Family comes together

All the children, spouses and several family relatives have worked in the business, in all 27 stores.


Dinner Recipes

Eat Sum'n Good

Open pit, kettle, or oven no matter what you cook with, these recipes make mouths water.