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Salumi
Italian Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 3:30 pm
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309 3rd Ave S Seattle, WA 98104
309 3rd Avenue SouthUSWashingtonSeattle98104
(206) 621-8772salumicuredmeats.com
$$Italian Restaurant, Ham ShopToday 11:00 am – 3:30 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 11:00 am – 3:30 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 3:30 pmThursday 11:00 am – 3:30 pmFriday 11:00 am – 3:30 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
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Tiny storefront offering artisanal Italian cured meats in sandwiches & by the pound.- Google
"The Porchetta sandwich is so delightful."
"$5 for a glass of red wine."
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Fabien LeRoy
7 months ago
The owners are the best!!! My son was so lucky to have a hands on cooking experience of traditional gnocchi making !!! Merci beaucoup Marilyn LaFramboise...aka Mario Batali s mama
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Tom Boonsiri
a year ago
If you need the salami sliced don't forget to preorder for lb+ orders. The Porchetta sandwich is so delightful. There are hints of peppercorn and fennel within the folds of meat an the Au Jus keeps gets soaked right up in the Ciabatta pocket bread. Get the cheese on the side because the flavor of the meat overpowers any of the delicate mozzarella. So savory. Do NOT take this one home. Eat it in the restaurant.
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Brandon Gomez
3 months ago
whats the point? they aren't even open weekends
Michael Miller
7 months ago
Wow!! Everything I tried was amazing!! The Porchetta is incredible!
jason karas
a month ago
The meatball sub is insane. You'll need coffee after.
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Seth Long
a year ago
It's an odd one. There are probably less than a dozen seats, but you don't really go to Salumi to sit and eat. You wait in line. For a long time. And it's worth every minute. If you go for lunch then yes, you will wait. You can order ahead - but where's the fun in that? Once the line moves enough for you to get into the restaurant, you will stand in a narrow corridor and then eventually to the counter where your order will be made, quickly, to order. Understand this: Everything is excellent here. I recommend the coppa or the mole sandwiches with a slice of their delicious mozzarella. The finnochiona and salumi are also fine choices. Friends with larger appetites have tried and loved the prochetta sandwich and the highly sought-after homemade gnocchi. Prices are very reasonable. Take home a stick of the mole and enjoy for weeks to come.
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Chelsea Snodgrass
2 years ago
Absolutely fantastic sandwiches. The meat, bread, toppings are all perfect, fresh and high quality. The counter service is helpful and friendly. The prices are very good for the quality and quantity. Small selection, limited seating, usual line, but all so worth it.
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Caroline Stoebuck
2 years ago
Remember the queue on Seinfeld's soup nazi episode? Salumi's has that same line starting at 10:30 am and it's worth the wait. Only open 11 am to 4 pm Tuesdays through Fridays their following keeps coming back for the Umbrian-style salami or meatball sandwich. The menu is limited but some can sell out by 1:30 pm. $5 for a glass of red wine. Communal seating if you can find a empty chair.