Hello Stranger | Login | Create Account
 
 
 
 
 
  SAUCE MAGAZINE
|
Apr 27, 2017
|
Intelligent Content For The Food Fascinated
|
SERVING SAINT LOUIS SINCE 1999
Email | Text-size: A | A | A

Posts Tagged ‘Jonathan Parker’

The Scoop: Salume Beddu to move inside Parker’s Table

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

BudgetCrunch_Feb25_01

{ The Beast Sandwich at Salume Beddu } 

 

Salume Beddu will soon stack its signature sandwiches at a new location and embark on a new partnership. As reported by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, owner Mark Sanfilippo will move the retail sandwich portion of the business to Parker’s Table at 7118 Oakland Ave., leaving behind its current location at 3467 Hampton Ave.

“We’re going to start rolling out sandwiches (at Parker’s Table) in the next few weeks, just to make sure everything’s tight and working well,” Sanfilippo said. “The last service at the Hampton location will be Saturday, May 13.”

Salume Beddu moved its wholesale production and curing operations a larger facility in Olivette last year.

“The wholesale business has grown to a point where I really need to hunker down and focus in on it,” he said. “I’m just spread really thin between the two places, and the staff is pretty lean. In talking to Jonathan (Parker), we both thought it seemed like a great fit and a great way to keep the sandwiches going and allow me to focus in on the wholesale side more.”

Parker said he looks forward to the new addition to his Richmond Heights specialty shop. “I think it’s going to be great,” Parker said. “We’ve been friends for years. It just makes sense.”

Sandwiches will be available roughly around the same hours as the Hampton location, 11 a.m. to 3 or 4 p.m., but there won’t be seating inside. Most Salume Beddu products will be available to purchase at Parker’s Table as well, and Sanfilippo said he’ll periodically do salumi pop-ups, where he’ll bring with a slicer to offer specialty cuts like coppas and culatellos. He also hopes to do pop-up family-style dinners at Parker’s Table this summer, focusing on regional Italian cuisine.

Photo by Holly Fann

Matt Sorrell is staff writer at Sauce Magazine. 

Related Content
Catching Fire: Chefs spread the love for spicy ‘nduja salami

The Scoop: Parker’s Table amps up specialty food focus with new staff

 

The Scoop: Ciao, Parker’s Table

Monday, January 26th, 2009

Jonathan Parker has announced the sad news that he’s shuttering his Parker’s Table wine shop in the coming weeks. The building, at 8137 Maryland Ave., that houses the Clayton shop has been sold, and Parker said he must vacate as a result. The silver lining? One heckuva sale: All wine is currently 20 percent off, and food items are discounted by 30 percent; the savings increase after the 31st in order to make for a lighter load on moving day. Fans of the shop and its keeper are invited to stop by on Sat., Jan. 31 for a farewell toast.

RSS FEEDS
Keep up with one or all of your favorite Sauce Magazine columns
Conceived and created by Bent Mind Creative Group, LLC 1999-2017, Bent Mind Creative Group, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Sauce Magazine 1820 Chouteau Ave. St. Louis, Missouri 63103.
PH: 314-772-8004 FAX: 314-241-8004