monday – friday: 11am to 6pm
saturday & sunday: 10am to 6pm
saturday & sunday brunch: 10am to 2pm

20th Street Block Party – Saturday, August 20, 2016
Updated Hours – 11AM – 4PM

phone – 415.471.2998


please call us at (415)471-2998


Chef Thomas McNaughton and Ne Timeas Restaurant Group, present Salumeria, a deli and larder that marries the traditions of the old world with the food culture of San Francisco. Taking inspiration from the artfully crafted cured meats of Italy and integrating these recipes with local ingredients, Salumeria aims to showcase a selection of house-made salumi and prosciutto with a Northern California sensibility. With our daily lunch offerings as well as a curated selection of cheeses, oils, honeys, cookbooks and fresh made pasta. Our shop functions as both a lunch and brunch destination as well as an after work grocery stop.




Salumeria Trots Off With 2012 Cochon 555 Pig Award

Making pasta At home with help from the flour + water team

{SF} California lovin' at Salumeria

Salumeria: Come for the Sandwich, Stay for the Potato Salad (And Maybe Another Sandwich)

Kitted Out

In San Francisco, Staying True to an Area's Roots

Salumeria opens, courtesy of flour + water

On The Menu: Tagliarini with Chanterelle, Corn & Peppers

Eat This: Salumeria's Fried Chicken Sandwich


salumeria is honored to work with some truly inspirational local artisanal producers. Our team curates our market selections to provide an variety of products from cheese, to wine to unique products.


wine directors
ne timeas restaurant group

executive chef
ne timeas restaurant group

Chef Thomas McNaughton started working in kitchens at a very young age in Southern New Jersey. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, Thomas moved to the Bay Area and started working at La Folie. He then went on to become sous chef at two of San Francisco’s most respected restaurants: Gary Danko and Quince.

In addition to his time in San Francisco, McNaughton traveled throughout Europe to work and stage at Michell Rostang in France, Tantrise in Germany, and Sassege in Italy. Just prior to the opening of flour + water, McNaughton worked at Bruno e Franco pasta “laboratory” in Bologna, Italy, where he honed his pasta-making skills under the watchful eyes of committed pasta artisans. Thomas describes the inspiration behind the flour + water menu as a combination of refinement and Old-World tradition.

The James Beard Foundation nominated Thomas for Rising Star Chef in 2011, 2012 and again in 2013, and flour + water was nominated as Best New Restaurant in 2010. In addition to flour + water, Thomas currently oversees the growth and development of central kitchen, salumeria, as well as Cafe du Nord and Aatxe in the historic Swedish American Hall.


general manager

Private Dining

the butcher block

for more information about private dining please contact our events team, at events@netimeas.com, via phone at 415.826.7005 or via our online request here - EVENT REQUEST FORM

By day, salumeria located at central kitchen, is a neighborhood deli and larder specializing in handcrafted, artisan sandwiches, freshly made pasta and house-cured charcuterie. By night, it turns into an intimate and rustic dining space. The menu utilizes seasonal ingredients, Northern California inspirations and, of course, your preferences.

14 guests

daily starting @ 6:30PM

food & beverage minimums
january - march
sunday to saturday- $1000

sunday to wednesday - $1000
thursday to saturday - $1250

sunday to saturday- $1250

menu options
four– course family style tasting menu $95, optional wine pairing $55
The evening begins with meat and cheese platters prepared by salumeria to greet you and your guests. Menu includes two appetizers, pasta course created at flour + water, roast of meat with side dishes and dessert.


Sample Menu  Information  Gallery

for more information about private dining please contact our events team, at events@netimeas.com, via phone at 415.826.7005 or via our online request here - EVENT REQUEST FORM

20th Street Block Party

The fourth annual 20th Street Block Party is just around the corner!

This Saturday, August 20th, from noon to 6 p.m., 20th Street between Harrison and Bryant (and-for the first time!-parts of 19th Street, as well) will be transformed by an exciting lineup of music, food, art, and activity.

This year's party will feature three stages and an exciting array of musical guests including Miami HorrorChicano BatmanHazel English, and La Gente.

Food and refreshments for the party will be provided by a delicious selection of restaurants and vendors, including flour + watersalumeriaFarmhouse ThaiDel PopoloBurma BearThe Universal Cafe, and Mission Minis.

This year, Alabama Street will become "Art Row," showcasing exhibits and interactive activities by local artists and art organizations, including ArtSpanSouthern Exposure, and 24K Studios Presents.

Block Party guests can also stop by Mutiny Radio on 21st and Florida to watch the live broadcast with a full day of comedy, interviews, and performances, or stop by the Rocket Dog Adoption Zoo to check out dogs of all ages in need of a loving home. The San Francisco Lowrider Council will bring choice classic and modern cars to display on 19th Street and Bryant, and the San Francisco Community Music Center will have an Instrument Petting Zoo where visitors can try out an array of instruments.

This year, Block Party planners Noise Pop and Ne Timeas Restaurant Group will be partnering with the Mission Language and Vocational School, and the event will feature participation by many local nonprofit groups and businesses.

Admission is free to the 20th Street Block Party, and food and drink will be available for purchase. VIP tickets are available for $95 and will offer access to a private lounge, restrooms, free food and drinks, and special stage view areas.

In anticipation of the party, a special kick-off will take place during the California Academy of Sciences Nightlife on Thursday August 18 with music from DJ Papolote and DJ Wesburger and food-science experiments performed by Ne Timeas Restaurant Group.

Following the Block Party, DoTheBay will be hosting an after-party with silent disco by Hushcast at Southern Pacific Brewing Co. from 6 p.m. to midnight. The party is 21+ and free to attend.

For more information on the event and to purchase VIP tickets, please visit http://www.20thstreetblockparty.com.

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san francisco, ca 94110