7:00 - 7:30 am | Registration and continental breakfast
7:30 - 9:00 am | Program
SALUMI - A SEATTLE INSTITUTION
Please join Armandino Batali and his daughter Gina as they share the story of Salumi Artisan Cured Meats, a Pioneer Square institution founded in 1999. As their website explains, Salumi is more than a place to buy great food, it is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the handmade food traditions of Italy and the Mediterranean.
After 31 years at Boeing, Armo and his wife Marilyn accomplished their dream of creating Salumi in Seattle’s historic “garlic gulch.” Salumi is located a block from the first Italian food import store in Seattle, founded by Armo’s grandfather in 1903.
In 2002, Gina and her husband Brian joined the business. In 2014, Gina and Brian bought out Armo and Marilyn and in 2017; Gina and Brian took on two new business partners to help grow the business.
Organizer: Davis Wright Tremaine