Eataly is a dynamic marketplace with restaurants that was created in Torino, Italy by Oscar Farinetti in 2007. There are 26 Eataly stores in the world.
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Mario Batali presents a 50,000-sq-ft gastro-playground with seven separate eateries, multiple food stores, a rooftop beer garden, a culinary bookstore and an educational center. Yum!
With 50,000 square feet of delicious Italian treats, you're bound to spot a star—we bumped into Jimmy Fallon! Tip: Relax with a brew in the sprawling rooftop beer garden before loading up groceries.
Explore the aisles of Eataly, Mario Batali's artisanal Italian food and wine marketplace in NYC, for fresh pastas, Neapolitan pizzas and cured meats and cheeses.
50,000 square feet of pure Italian with a rooftop beer garden, a cooking school, bakery, coffee shop, fresh pasta counter, a butcher, & any pantry item you'll need to play chef at home.
Go right when they open to avoid the crowds and get the best selection. Otherwise, you’ll be forced to wait in line outside.
too many ppl make this place very hard to move around
The pasta, pizza, gelato: all fabulous. But we're swooning over Eataly's meat selection--overseen by the city's legendary butcher, Pat LaFrieda.
Everyone goes upstairs for the beer, but there's an excellent selection of bottled beers - mainly from small Italian craft brewers - to take home right by the elevator for Birreria.
What a playground of fabulous Italian food. Where to even begin? Our suggestion is walk around, sniffing and sampling from all the different stations. Then go for it and indulge in something decadent.
Stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables in the produce section! There isn't a cooler place in the city to get your recommended intake of fruits and vegetables. Mangia!
A butcher, fishmonger, cheesemonger, salumi counter, rotisserie, bakery, dried goods, fruits & vegetables, Italian beers & just about anything else the well-heeled foodie cook could possibly require.
Stop by the cheese counter for a delicious snack.
Check out Eataly's wineshop by 23rd St entrance. 1st rate selection! We rec Ca'Viola's Barbera d'Alba "Brichet" 2008; well-executed, generous fruit, great with food. Good price too. Salute! agwine.com
Mario Batali brings you his Italy with 7 eateries and a world of flavors. Don't leave without trying a pizza at La Pizza and La Pasta. You'll be transported to Italy!
We like the meat restaurant the best. Try going on Wednesday for the shortest lines.
The wine store has some great value and def pick up some battenkill creamery milk. It's great. Service definitely needs some improvement but give it time. Verdure station is a must.
NYC [Eat] The menu changes daily, but get anything with prosciutto, mozzarella or olive tapenade.
I died and went to Italy.
Try the Fettucine and spot it on Foodspotting!
Ikea meets Whole Foods's Italian food section. Trendy (Sept. 2010) but expensive.
Head upstairs to La Birreria, the year-round rooftop beer garden with hearty bites from Mario Batali and exclusive beers from Dogfish Head’s Sam Calagione.
Try the Maple Hill Creamery Yogurt and spot it on Foodspotting!
Try the Scallops and spot it on Foodspotting!
At this huge store you can enjoy sampling delicious and fresh Italian products like fresh made pizza or pasta. Don't forget to go upstairs!
honestly, you can't go wrong here. One of the most exciting additions in recent memory to the NY food scene.
Free glass of Prosecco while ordering lunch.
Rub elbows with celebs, chefs and neighbors at this wonderful gem in the Flatiron. Eataly is a food lover’s dream and worth exploring for an afternoon with friends,
Quite simply put, the only place in Manhattan to get your fill of authentic gelato directly from Italy! Lite, refreshing & leaving us feeling gilt free makes this an N-Sider favorite!
Clever mashup of a deli supermarket and a restaurant
Batali is here all the time of course, but keep your eyes open for other celebrity chefs, such as Top Chef's Wylie Dufresne.
Try the Local Tomato Buffalo Mozzarella Salad and spot it on Foodspotting!
Shop, drink, eat, and people-watch.
Salted caramel at Gelateria. Barolo at La Piazza. Lasagna at La Pizza & Pasta. Eatalians do it best! - Jake Manabat, Hunting Season
Coming here is an incredible experience. We suggest to take home some fresh noodles and just made sauce for an evening of gourmet pasta at home.
Try the Charcuterie Board and spot it on Foodspotting!
Try the Chocolate Caviar and spot it on Foodspotting!
Come early if you want to sit for a meal. Put your name down then go to the wine bar while you wait for a table.
unbelievable, amazing, divine, orgasmic
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Mmmmmmm. Mozzarella. Rossopmodoro. Lavazza bar. Come Italia!
muito bom gostei muito e podem ir que não vão se arrepender