Salt Meats Cheese Pop-Up
If we like them enough, they might just stay.
Everyone's favourite Italian grocer has popped up in the CBD - and if we like them enough, they might just stay.
Following the success of the Alexandria branch of Salt Meats Cheese, owners Stefano De Blasi and Edoardo Perlo decided to see how Sydneysiders felt about an inner-city location. They've also enlisted the help of designer Caroline Choker (Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel, The Grounds of Alexandria) to give the new Martin Place store a rustic-but-contemporary vibe with bright colours, white tiles and recycled wood.
The store will be stocking their signature range of artisan cheeses, cured meats, pastas, sauces, oils and salts, as well as serving breakfast and lunch to hungry city-slickers, and running cooking classes on Thursday nights. You can place orders online to pick up after work, and they're also doing grab 'n' go dinner packs for office workers heading home after a busy day.
The pop-up store will be at the MLC Centre until March 27 officially, but with the potential to become a permanent store depending on how the trial goes.