Choose from Four Options
- $50 for pre-fixe three-course Italian meal for two with a bottle of wine (up to $95.89)
- $90 for a pre-fixe Italian three-course weekend lunch for four with two bottles of wine (up to $190)
- $90 for pre-fixe three-course Italian meal for four with two bottles of wine (up to $191.78)
$50 for a pre-fixe Italian three-course weekend lunch for two with a bottle of wine (up to$95)
- Each pre-fixe meal includes the following:
- Antipasto Della Casa ($19.99)
- Choice of any two pastas (up to $17.95)
- Bottle of super Tuscan wine (up to $40)
Click to see the menu. Four person option includes two antipastos and two bottles of wine.
There's a big difference between Il Salumaio and your average deli. For one thing, there's the selection. All kinds of cuts of meat hang from the ceiling and fill the shelves, from sausages to prosciutto di parma—ham that's been dry-cured for as long as two years. For another, there's the sourcing. Like many of the cheeses that sit between them, the meats have been imported from Italy, thereby preserving the authentic taste that salami grown in aquariums so often lacks.
But most importantly, there's an entire Italian restaurant squeezed inside the salumeria. Owner Fabio Casella has developed a menu of entrees that go well beyond deli fare, including gnocchi with homemade pesto sauce, paninis piled high with meat and cheese, and bruschetta with fresh ricotta and truffle honey. Guests can pair these dishes with bottles of wine, and while they're waiting for the wood-fired oven to do its work, browse the various condiments and packaged foods for sale.