The New York Butcher Shoppe, located at 2904 Selwyn Avenue, will close its doors this weekend, as owner Jed Kampe prepares to open a new concept in a larger location in May. The yet-to-be-named restaurant will include a butcher counter, prepared foods and a dine-in menu featuring hamburgers where all the beef will be ground on-site throughout the day. Kampe says, “There will be a lot of changes mostly in the dine-in aspect, but nothing will change with regards to only using the highest quality beef, chicken, pork and lamb. Once our ground beef became so popular, I knew we had a unique opportunity to create an incredible burger. Everything will be done under one roof and we will continue to create the ground beef from all the various cuts we carry.” “I can’t thank everyone enough who have supported our current location, but in order to take this to a new level, I simply need more space with a true kitchen. We look forward to announcing the location as soon as we finalize the lease, but it won’t be far away. I definitely want to remain in the immediate area,” he adds. “I apologize for our brief down time, but the new location will allow us to do so much more without losing site of quality and most certainly the relationships we’ve had with our faithful customers.” All outstanding gift certificates will be honored in the new location. The new location is being designed by Brent Baronofsky and brokered by Adam Williams of Legacy Real Estate Advisors.