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Ten Day Countdown to Il Porcellino

The salumi house and casual eatery will launch in Berkeley on October 2.

Il Porcellino Salumi
Il Porcellino Salumi
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Il Porcellino Salumi, the new retail shop and eatery owned by Bill Miner and Brian Albano, will host an open house on Friday, October 2. The day coincides with the popular First Friday on Tennyson street. The cured meats emporium will take the opportunity to reveal its space housed in the former Tennyson Hardware building at West 41st Avenue and Tennyson Street.

The open house will start at 5 p.m. and snacks will be served. Il Porcellino will open officially soon thereafter offering its cured meats but also a variety of items eat-in or take-out sandwiches, soups, and salads.

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