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Salumeria 2703, from owners of Menomale, Grand Opening in Brookland July 27th

by Prince Of Petworth July 10, 2016 at 10:22 pm 10 Comments

2703 12th Street, NE

Well this is awesome – Salumeria:

“An authentic Italian deli in the heart of Brookland, specializing in handmade Fior di Latte mozzarella, ricotta, pasta, bread and much more”


“Thank you to all who supported us throughout our soft opening. We will now be closed for the next few weeks to prepare for our grand opening, stay tuned for updates!”

Anyone attend the soft opening?


looking toward Menomale (red awning)

  • Aw man! I used to live above it (that was my balcony in the photo) and I was anxiously awaiting the opening before I moved out of DC, but no such luck. I heard they were going to have homemade pastas for takeaway, I was really looking forward to trying it!

  • anon

    Anyone know if they’ll sell unbaked pizza dough?

    • FarmGirl

      Menomale will sell you unbaked dough.

      • anon

        I know, but that’s not what I asked. I’d prefer to go into the new place and get all the things I need to make a pizza, rather than go to both of them because only Menomale sells the dough.

        • EC


  • Commencing Weight Gain

    I looks so great inside! I stopped in one night during the soft opening as I was on my way to pick up a pizza. Tons of good looking meats and cheeses, a handful of different fresh pastas for sale, Olive oils, balsalmics, peppers etc. But also entree sized pans of lasagna and some other prepared dishes for $8.. I can’t thank Ettore enough for what he’s brought to Brookland with Menomale and now Salumeria!

    • Stacys

      Yes. Thank you, Ettore!

  • Brookland mom

    I also went to the soft opening…twice. We got the eggplant which you bake at home, a huge thing of tomato sauce, and pasta, and some cheeses. Everything was absolutely delicious. I can’t wait until it opens!

  • yum

    This is awesome. Menomale is so great. Can’t wait to patronize this new place.

  • Anonimo

    Will be interested to see what prices are like. As an Italian in DC, I can’t bring myself to pay what most of the speciality stores charge.


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