15th and Bryant isn't exactly a hot restaurant corridor (or, you know, a restaurant corridor at all), but it just got a lot hotter: Salumeria, the deli from the Central Kitchen and Flour + Water team, has signed a deal to open their second location there, in the lobby of the former Hamm's brewery building. It's a recently renovated mixed-use space that accommodates a number of offices, including Rdio and Asana, and will presumably provide a local lunch option for said offices in the otherwise industry- and chain-heavy corridor near the Potrero Center.
Like the original, Salumeria 2.0 will offer sandwiches, salads, espresso drinks, and baked goods, as well as a market component with cheese, cured meats, and other fancy Italian groceries. The new Salumeria will also have a beer and wine license (including cans of Hamm's, which we doubt would make the cut at the mothership). No word on when it'll open, as of yet.
Update, 5:03 pm: We're told this location will have a much more limited market component, with no fresh pasta and no beer or wine available to go. The opening date is targeted for September.
· Inside the Opening Day Rush at Salumeria [~ ESF ~]
· Former Hamm's Brewery Becoming Mixed-Use Development [Curbed SF]