If you ask us, nothing that beats a sunny afternoon like chowing down on one of Salumeria’s irresistible, artisanal sammies. Sure, we don’t have any complaints about the current culinary hotspot, but when we heard that Salumeria was to open a spankin’-new locale, our bellies rumbled.
Don’t worry, there's no abandoning of the buzzy 20th Street corridor location; the eatery is just spawning a sequel a few blocks down, on Bryant Street. According to Eater, the space will be nestled comfortably into the lobby of what was once the Hamm Brewery Building, now housing offices to many (soon-to-be delighted corporate folks). The lunch spot will be cooking up its usual daily delights — minus the wine and beer to go and pasta offerings. The opening date may not be set until September, but it's not too early to say the Ne Timeas team has done us in again, carbs and all. (Eater SF)
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