Get excited, fans of Lucia’s charcuterie boards. The long-time favorite Italian restaurant serves up some of the best house-made cured meats in the city, and now it’s spinning off a new restaurant specializing in salumi. GuideLive reports that Lucia’s chef David Uygur and his wife Jennifer Uygur will open a second restaurant called Macellaio in the same neighborhood at Lucia.
The menu will include all sorts of meats and sausage, and even take-out charcuterie boards, with a full bar serving all sorts of Italian spritz cocktails.
It’s been historically hard to score a table at Lucia, although the restaurant recently modernized its reservations system by getting on the Resy reservation app this past year. One can only guess Macellaio will be as tough to get into when it opens in the spring.
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