In the past 12 months, Salumeria 104 in midtown Miami has gone through 10,532 pounds of salumi. Since opening in 2012, the restaurant has increased sales by 40 percent and expanded its dining room. Now the popular spot has expanded further with a second location, in Coral Gables.
Executive chef and co-owner Angelo Masarin says, "Coral Gables is historic and iconic. It’s a culture and dining epicenter. We chose it for our second because of its sophisticated residents and international visitors.”
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The 3,300-square-foot restaurant will be very similar to its original location, with the same core menu and rotating specials. Masarin recommends the spaghetti alla bottarga ($21); lasagna del
Masarin says Salumeria 104 is not only a true Italian trattoria but also a neighborhood salumi shop that offers unique cured meats and cheeses. Italian treats to-go include olives, baguettes, cheese, and plenty of salumi by the pound, including prosciutto di Parma, salame, and mortadella ($14 to $30).
Wines are available at fair prices. Glasses range from $7 to $13, and bottles cost as little as $25. Every Tuesday night, the Miracle Mile destination offers half-priced bottles. A happy hour is in the works.
Salumeria 104. 117 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables; salumeria104.com. Open daily from noon to 11 p.m.