One of the biggest questions we receive is, "What's with the name?!" The simplest answer we can give is that Jim is the Lucky Goat. Two health scares in as many years have prompted him to swing for the fence, and with the support of his family, he decided to go for it. They say you only live once... and they are right!
Born and raised in South Windsor, CT, Jim has lived and worked in Connecticut all his life. After relocating to East Hampton in 2007, he has found a new place to call home. With some hard work, dedication and a little luck, Jim and his family hope to make "The Lucky Goat Butcher Shop" a household name in the area.
"I worked in several small butcher shops in the early years of my career as a meat cutter. I always enjoyed the personal and friendly atmosphere of the small town stores and hoped at some point in my career I would be able to have my own shop. After 35 years in the business, I have been blessed with the opportunity to make that dream a reality."