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Salumeria Italiana/Pizzeria Regina


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Salumeria Italiana/Pizzeria Regina

Rubee | Sep 14, 2002 02:41 PM

I finally made it to Salumeria Italiana after my first anchovy pizza at Pizzeria Regina yesterday. The pizza alone is worth a separate post and I can see why this is the pick for best pizza for many Chowhounds (see numerous earlier posts). Next to try is Santarpios.

The Salumeria is fantastic. Not only for their Italian specialties, but they also had a few surprises I didn't expect - Niman Ranch hot dogs, D'Artagnan duck products, and Piquillo peppers - Spanish, but my favorite roast peppers because of their flavor. I bought tuna packed in olive oil, and also picked up a variety of antipasti: cipolini onions in balsamic vinegar, olives, mozzarella di bufala, marinated artichokes, peppers stuffed with prosciutto and provolone, and white anchovies. The highlights for me, though, were their meats - melt-in-your mouth Prosciutto di Parma (their flyer says they sell more than anyone else in Boston), and some of the best salami I've ever had.

They also have a website -- and, to catch a preview, they'll be on "Emeril Live" 9/30 at 8 and 11 p.m.


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