This is the best place in Seattle for lunch. Armandino Batali, Mario Batali's father, decided to learn the art of Salumi after retiring from Boeing and opened a tiny storefront restaurant to sell it. It's a cosy place with a communal table where you can eat wonderful finnochiona (Tuscan fennel salami) or my favorite, the "hot meat plate" with meatballs, sausage and slow cooked pork. It's only open 20 hours a week - 11-4 Tuesday-Friday - and well worth the trip!
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