Salumi / Seattle

309 3rd Ave S btwn Main and Jackson Seattle 98104
Opening Hours
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 11:00 - 15:30
Description

Salumi is a salumeria and restaurant in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of downtown Seattle, Washington.Salumi was founded by Armandino Batali, the father of New York chef Mario Batali, and is now run as a family business with his wife, daughter, and son-in-law owning and operating.In the episode "Pacific Northwest" of the show Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations on the Travel Channel, chef and host Anthony Bourdain visited and dined in Salumi. In the segment, Bourdain participated in the process of curing meat and showed Armandino's sister making gnocchi in the front window. The show also mentioned and displayed the frequent long line in this restaurant.Salumi was also featured on Travel Channel's Adam Richman's Best Sandwich in America. Adam Richman met with Gina Batali, Mario's sister, and sampled the Oxtail sandwich, which is only featured at the restaurant a few times a year.

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Zach White en
This is probably my favorite restaurant I've ever been to across the US or overseas. NEVER have I been to a place that had the flavor, authenticity, imagination, friendliness, and intimacy all in one beautiful package. Each time we go to Seattle we make as many trips here as we possibly can. And each time we go we feel like family members getting a sandwich from the home kitchen. We will ALWAYS go here whenever we are in town. GooglePlace - September 2017
Jay Johnson en
Out of this world house-cured meats. Don't miss the hot sandwiches!!!(porchetta or meatball would be my suggestions, you can happily die after eating either) Expect a line and a wait. Patience will be rewarded. GooglePlace - August 2017
Don Michaels en
Love this place. I make sure I come every time I'm in the city. But be careful, they're only open on weekdays for lunch. When they sell out, they close. If you can, get the meatball sub. You won't regret it. GooglePlace - August 2017
Paul Kuralt en
The sandwiches and meats here are simply amazing. The only drawback is the extremely long line you will have to wait in get some! We got there at abhor 10:30am, and there was already 25 people waiting in line, and they don't open until 11am! GooglePlace - July 2017
Nathan Harrison en
Fantastic! A must see when visiting Seattle for those who love classic food. The sandwiches, the house made salami the cheeses. Buy it all. Go with plenty of time because there's always a long line. And very few places to sit and eat so suggest taking it to go. GooglePlace - June 2017