Just hours after its $20 tomato-and-mozzarella salad landed on a list of top ten overpriced dishes, three-month-old Salumè has announced that it’s dropping the prices that have no doubt had a hand in keeping even Soho’s Ferrari and Lamborghini set at bay. The aforementioned Caprese is now five bucks cheaper, and if you want to get heavenly gobs of prosciutto crudo di parma stuck in your teeth, the Langhirano sandwich is now $1.50 less at $12 (and the crispy roll is bigger). Plus, the shop has announced a two-for-one deal on Yelp: “Get a free panino for a friend with the purchase of your own! Visit Salumè by August 31 and mention Yelp.” Compare the old and new menus below.
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