Salumi

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Details
309 3rd Ave S (btwn Main and Jackson)
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 621-8772
Gourmet, Deli / Bodega, Sandwiches
Hours
Tue–Fri: 11:00 AM–3:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Salumi is open just a handful of days and only for lunch, so come prepared for crowds. And yes, it's worth it. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Food here sucks, go somewhere else
  • Try the Cured Meats Galore
  • The creation of Armandino Batali, father of star chef Mario, this sandwich shop and charcuterie makes a variety of air-cured salami and more.
  • Do not come here and order a veggie sandwich. This is a cathedral to cured meats and your type doesn't belong in this line.
  • decent wait, but service is friendly. grab your food and eat it at the nearby Waterfall Garden Park
  • A line snakes out from this Pioneer Square salumeria every day at lunchtimeso long on summer days, Salumi chefs have been known to walk out to the tail of the line to talk folks out of waiting.
  • Mario Batalis Papa Armandino Batali decided on a career change for his beloved salumi after 30 years of working for Boeing. Now he soars with artisanal meats and cheeses.
  • I'm in cured meat heaven!
  • Try the Grilled Lamb Sandwich
  • The Porchetta sandwich is crazy delicious and huge!
  • The Porchetta Sandwich is a must!!!
  • I love meat. Place has style.
  • The hot sopressata and fresh mozzarella are kind of to die for.
  • No bigger than a walk-in closet, this cured meat shop is owned & run by Armandino Batali, father to super-chef Mario Batali. The coppa can't be denied, but don't forget to order a meatball sandwich.
  • Everything is good here. Seriously. Everything.
  • The best. Check out grandma batali making gnocchi in the window once a week and grab some meat to go at the counter. Also grab a single meatball to go if only to see the cutest to go container ever
  • Armandino Batali is to be credited with spreading the flavors of the Italian table in Seattle. His daughter Gina now runs this popular eatery, where at lunchtime the line wraps around the block.
  • This place is best done takeout style...but there are a few tables in the back of the shop. If you're lucky enough to get one, it's a fun experience eating there.
  • The best homemade cured meats this side of Italy. Savor a lamb prosciutto or meatball sandwich for under $10, and opt for the fresh gnocci if its offered. Lines are long so go early.