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The newly renovated Rooster Street Butcher in Lititz has more seating. 

Rooster Street Butcher has expanded its seating, added more entrees to its menu and begun selling beer and wine at its Lititz butcher shop.

The additions follow a two-week renovation of the butcher shop, which opened nearly four years ago at 11 S. Cedar St.

Butchering and meat production is still done at the shop, but the limited menu has been lengthened with more entrees while seating has been expanded to include a bar where there had been a deli counter.

The menu now includes soups, salads, sandwiches and burgers as well as entrees such as Korean barbecue spare ribs.

Rooster Street Butcher is now a taproom for Lancaster-based Springhouse Brewing Co. and also sells Pennsylvania wines.

Rooster Street Butcher is owned by Kristina and Tony Page, who initially opened their butcher shop in Elizabethtown in 2012. The Pages also operate a stand at Lancaster Central Market. They plan to open a location later this summer at the Market at the Wilbur, which is being developed in part of the former Wilbur Chocolate factory in Lititz.