Kevin N’ Randi’s Old Fashioned Meat Market and Deli
Kevin and Randi have rejoined the Yosemite Chamber of Commerce and we couldn’t be more delighted. Here are a few tasty tidbits we bet you didn’t know about our local meat market & deli.
They met on Aisle 6 at Mar-Val Food Store in Groveland. Kevin was the meat manager and Randi was a freight worker. Both wanted to use their grocery industry experience to create a customer base of their own. They became a couple in 2012, opened Kevin N’ Randi’s Old Fashioned Meat Market and Deli on April 14, 2014, and tied the knot right out in front of their shop one year later.
“We’ve been told by many that we’re a destination when coming to Yosemite,” says Randi, originally from Greeley Hill. “We’re getting more tourists and new local customers, and our business continues to grow every year.”
Kevin, the master of meats, grew up in the Merced area. They chose to settle in Groveland for the simple reason that they love it here. “We love our locals,” said Kevin. “Seeing people enjoy Yosemite and providing the best products to our customers makes us happy.”
Aside from the fact that everybody knows Kevin and Randi (and almost nobody knows, or needs to know, their last names), there’s something else that makes Kevin N’ Randi’s so special. Pride. Pride in what they do and how they treat everyone who walks into their modest little shop. Kevin and Randi call it Customer Service. We think it's way more than that. Quality products, customer service, AND a welcome like you get from family. Those are the secret ingredients.
Kevin N' Randi’s offers choice and grass-fed beef, all-natural pork and chicken, and wild fresh seafood, as well as gourmet salads, sandwiches, pastries, pies, and desserts, all homemade by Randi. And oh, by the way, Kevin will sharpen your knives for free if you ask.
Order ahead for the holidays at Kevin N' Randi’s. Turkey, Prime Rib, a variety of other quality meats, and don’t forget a couple of Randi’s homemade pies. Call them on 209-962-5500 or just stop in for some old fashioned hometown goodness.