Salumi's profile photo
Italian Restaurant$$
Today Closed
Contact Information
309 3rd Ave S Seattle, WA 98104
309 3rd Avenue SouthUSWashingtonSeattle98104
$$Italian Restaurant, Ham ShopToday Closed
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
Google+ URL

Street View

Your Activity

Is this your business?

Manage this page
Write a review
Review Summary
163 reviews
5 star
111 reviews
4 star
36 reviews
3 star
10 reviews
2 star
2 reviews
1 star
4 reviews
Tiny storefront offering artisanal Italian cured meats in sandwiches & by the pound.- Google
"The house-cured meats, pasta, soups and antipasto dishes are all incredible."
"The Porchetta sandwich is so delightful."
Featured by Zagat
Seattle's Most Essential Dining
, and 3 other lists
See more from Zagat
Scrapbook photo 2
Scrapbook photo 3
Scrapbook photo 4
Scrapbook photo 5
Scrapbook photo 6
Upload public photo
All reviews
David Hui's profile photo
David Hui
2 weeks ago
An hour and a half wait for a sandwich but a very good sandwich at that. I would say it's worth waiting atleast once. The way they prepare and cure their meats and the bread they use are top-notch and it was a very enjoyable, mouth watering experience. If you are willing to wait, I say go for it.
Sean O'Heir's profile photo
Sean O'Heir
3 months ago
The cured meat is very good. Everything else about this joint is obnoxious. Ridiculous lines thanks to tourists. That's fine. Good for them. Must be nice to run a hobby business that's open four hours a day. They close whenever they feel like it. So if you try to beat the crowd and buy meat after three, they may close on a whim. My advice is don't go out of your way to visit. If you stroll by and they're open the Hot Sopresatta is solid.
Richard Navarro's profile photo
Richard Navarro
4 months ago
Wow this place was amazing! The food here was great! Very tight spot not alot of place to sit though, and the line builds up real quick and it can take awhile to get your food but it was totally worth it!
Heather Skeehan's profile photo
Heather Skeehan
in the last week
The line is worth it for wonderful sandwiches. And if you can go on gnocchi day it's even better.
Hannah Yoh's profile photo
Hannah Yoh
2 weeks ago
Owned by Batali's father, this cute little shop had only that going for them. We were not a fan of their meatballs and the sandwiches, but we did enjoy their Tuscan salami. The place does receive a long line, so getting there earlier is recommended.
Scotty Harry's profile photo
Scotty Harry
in the last week
They just gave away my meats I had to pick up today to another customer... right before Thanksgiving. "Sorry I'm not sorry, next time call us to save them."
Jason De Leon's profile photo
Jason De Leon
6 months ago
Perfect snack for a bus ride to Vancouver. Every Salumi salami is top-notch. The best one was the Mole! Well worth the wait. So much goodness!!!
Willie Truemper
3 months ago
One of my all-time favorites, I send all visitors and friends here and as a local put up with the lines and dine here myself at least 4-5 times per year. You must get the porchetta, it is heaven on bread.