A salumeria is a neighborhood shop that specializes in cured meats and other prepared foods for take-out. Often it provides table service and a limited menu of antipasti and simple home-cooked meals as well. Salumeria 104, which opened in midtown in December, is Miami's first such operation. This collaboration among chef Angelo Masarin, Carlo Donadoni, and Graziano Sbroggio of the Graspa Group brings a lot of local Italian restaurant experience to the table: Masarin, a native of Treviso in northern Italy, earned his chops at Casa Tua, Sardinia, and Cecconi's; Sbroggio co-owns and manages the Van Dyke Café, Tiramesu, Spris, and Segafredo. Their seasoning shines... More >>>