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Best Charcuterie in SF

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I am soliciting the help of the hounds out there in SF! My wife and I are coming out in 2 weeks, and I would like to use the vacation as an excuse to try my first charcuterie plate.

Does anyone have a suggestion for a restaurant (in the city) that has TOP NOTCH charcuterie?

Thank you!

Phunny

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  1. Now that you mentioned it Phunny, I'd like to know too! A great bundle would be wine, charcuterie, and cheese. YUMMY! Waiting anxiously :)

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    1. re: kemi5

      for pure salumi/meats, I like the one at Zuppa a LOT. If you're looking for more than cured meats I defer to others...

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      Zuppa
      564 4th Street, San Francisco, CA 94107

    2. If you want it with a view get take out at Boccalone in the Ferry Building. Here an old post where Pane liked the one at Spruce even better.
      http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/4806...
      If you make it to Oakland, Adesso.
      Adesso (Oakland) for the sheer number and quality of house-made salumi.
      daveena on Jun 10, 2010
      Edit: Boccalone menu
      http://boccalone723.corecommerce.com/...

      1. I recently enjoyed the Charcuterie plate at Des Amis, the newly opened French bistro on Union Street at Buchanan.

        1. Perbacco and Barbacco (same stuff); Boccalone is a spinoff of Incanto, where you can get a platter; La Ciccia; A16 ...

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          La Ciccia
          291 30th Street, San Francisco, CA 94131

          Perbacco
          230 California St, San Francisco, CA 94111

          A16
          2355 Chestnut St., San Francisco, CA 94123

          Boccalone Factory - Not Open to Public
          1924 International Blvd, Oakland, CA 94606

          Barbacco
          230 California St, San Francisco, CA 94111

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          1. re: Robert Lauriston

            Yeah, house-cured charcuterie/salumi has been a (welcome) trend.