The former actual sausage factory adjacent to Central Kitchen harkens to the old world with a central butcher block and olive-picking buckets-turned-lights, plus drying rafters (where lavender, peppers, and bay leaves may hang) and salumi racks on the way.
Drop in for artisanal chocolates, jams, house-made olives, fresh Flour+ Water pasta, sauces, or something more substantial ...
This place once was the icehouse of an old sausage factory (which was technically German, but let’s not quibble over meaningless details). And now: it’s a farmhouse-looking place filled to the rafters with meats, cheeses and the like. We mean that literally—you’ll find salami and herbs hanging from the rafters of a ceiling made with reclaimed flooring from an old gym.
...a must-visit thanks to crazy good housemade charcuterie and sandos like the Spit Roast made with eye round, Estero Gold fonduta & dill pickles on pretzel bread, which won't have your stomach in knots, just filled with them.