LOCATIONS

Salt & Time Butcher Shop & Salumeria

1912 E. Seventh, 512/524-1383
Hours: Lunch: Tue.-Sat., 11am-3pm; Happy Hour: Tue.-Sat. 3-6pm; Dinner: Tue..-Sat., 5-10pm; Brunch: Sun., 10am-3pm

photo by John Anderson

Come in for the fresh cuts of locally sourced meats, sausages, salumi, charcuterie, and some prepared foods, including freshly-baked breads. Stay for Josh Jones' playful menus and the great craft beer selection.
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Chronicle Reviews

Alla Salute, Salume

Great expectations at Salt & Time

Virginia B. Wood, May 30, 2013

Articles

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