- Indirect Heat Aug 14, 2011 03:20 PM
What's the best source for charcuterie in the Boston-area? I'm willing to travel a bit to get it. I went to Savenor's, and the fermented salami that I got there was quite good, but the selection wasn't incredible.
Are there any local producers of cured meat?
Thanks in advance.
Edited to clarify: I'm looking for suppliers, not restaurants.
Central Bottle has a nice assortment of cured meats from Olli and Salumeria Biellese, in addition to Prosciutto di Parma and Jamón Iberico, among others. No real local producers that I know of. The meat has always been in perfect condition, as opposed to Russo's, where I've had dried out Serrano.
196 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA 02115
go to the russian stores and to Russos for amazing price/quality and selection. Baza and Bazaar both have amazing range of selections, particularly eastern european salami. Russos has excellent prosciutto, often has spanish hams, and carries good artisanl soppressata.
30 Tower Road, Newton, MA 02464