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Where to buy salami in Manhattan

Visiting Gotham this week and would like to load up on some good quality, authentic Italian salamis (and, if possible, authentic, regional Spanish chorriso). Looking for Toscano and soppressata in particular, but all are welcomed. Any suggestions? Near the Village?

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  1. I ate some incredible salami and ham at Pino's meat market on Sullivan just south of Houston. We went there as part of a food tour and it was the best I had ever eaten! I recommend it highly and you should go just in front to Joe's dairy to have some fresh mozzarella.

    1. A few blocks from one another are two wonderful spots:

      Despana at 408 Broome Street and Di Palo on the corner of Mott and Grand.

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      1. re: erica

        Second erica's suggestions on Despana (tons of Spanish gourmet items, including chorizo!) and DiPalo (a large variety of Italian food, amazing cheese and ham).

        Another place that has homemade cured ham and sauages is Salumria Biellese on 8th Ave @ 29th Street.

        Edit: Just got this list from NYT. A great reference!

        All kinds of Italian salami:

        SALUMERIA BIELLESE 378 Eighth Avenue (29th Street), (212) 736-7376, www.salumeriabiellese.com.

        Italian soppressata and dry sausage:

        A&S ITALIAN PORK STORE 8614 Fifth Avenue (86th Street), Brooklyn, (718) 238-6030.

        CALABRIA PORK STORE 2338 Arthur Avenue (186th Street), Bronx, (718) 367-5145.

        ESPOSITO PORK STORE 357 Court Street (Union Street), Brooklyn, (718) 875-6863.

        FAICCO 260 Bleecker Street (Avenue of the Americas), (212) 243-1974; 6511 11th Avenue (65th Street), Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, (718) 236-0119.

        MIKE'S DELI in Arthur Avenue Retail Market, 2344 Arthur Avenue (186th Street), Bronx, (718) 295-5033, www.arthuravenue.com.

        Hungarian salami:

        YORKVILLE MEAT EMPORIUM 1560 Second Avenue (81st St.), (212) 628-5147, www.hungarianmeatmarket.com.

        Polish kabanosy and kielbasa:

        W-NASSAU MEAT MARKET 915 Manhattan Avenue (Greenpoint Avenue), Brooklyn, (718) 389-6149.

        Imported Spanish chorizo:

        DESPAñA 408 Broome Street (Lafayette Street), (212) 219-5050, www.despananyc.com.

        German salami:

        SCHALLER & WEBER 1654 Second Avenue, (86th Street), (212) 879-3047, www.schallerweber.com.

        KOGLIN ROYAL HAMS 303 Grand Central Terminal, (212) 499-0725, www.koglinroyalhams.com.

        1. re: kobetobiko

          Great list-I'd add Garden of Eden on 14th street and Dean & DeLuca which carries Salumi products from Seattle (Batali Senior). Check out Salumi's website for some really unique salamis that D&D carries. I recommend their mole and finocchiona salamis. Coincidentally, I just had lunch at Grand Central Market. The lachsschinken and black forest ham from Koglin Royal Hams was unbelievable, the former so named because it is so lean and lightly smoked that you'd swear it was lox (lachs) rather than pork loin. The black forest ham screamed for some fried eggs but I didn't have my hot plate with me.

      2. Faicco's on Bleecker St by Cornelia. Try the finocchino, named after fennel, (though my spelling is wrong). Have a riceball while you're there, it's part of the experience!

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        1. re: sing me a bar

          Correct spelling: finocchiona. It's a traditional Tuscan specialty.

          1. re: snaporaz

            Legend has it that a thief hid a stolen slami in a fennel patch only to discover the great taste imparted to it therein!
            http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-finoc...

        2. Faicco's--right in the W Vill

          1. Great hot and sweet sopressata at Buon Italia in the Chelsea Market on 16th and 9th.

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            1. re: Feaster18

              Thank you for the suggestions. Sounds like I am headed to Faicco`s first and then the others. Please let me know about any others.