Thursday, January 29, 2015

More Meat

Salumeria's snazzy second location


New York has the Italian Sub. Chicagoans are hooked on Italian Beef.

Here in SF, it's the Salumi sandwich at Salumeria that gets our mouths watering. The house-cured meat. The pepper relish. The pretzel roll.

And now it just got a little easier to get that sando in your belly, stat.

Welcome to Salumeria's new second location now open in the Mission at the freshly refurbished Hamm's Building on Bryant Street.

This means the following awesome things for you:

1) You now have multiple opportunities to order your favorite sando.

2) You have a new go-to breakfast stop on your way to work.

3) You...wait, what?

Yeah, you read that right. The new location is also slinging a curated, local selection of grab-and-go breakfast items. Think fresh-baked scones from the ovens at Central Kitchen, Black Jet pop tarts, and a daily rotating egg dish.

Which means you can now grab breakfast and lunch at the same time, then continue onward towards a very productive and delicious day.

Eating at your desk just got 90% less sad.

1550 Bryant St. (btw. 15th and Alameda), The Mission
(415) 471-2996

Parking: Street
Happy hour: Stop by after 4p for a weekday happy hour focusing on hearty snacks (bruschetta, salumi boards) and beer and wine specials.
Nearby: Bergerac; Bar Agricole; Dear Mom

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