Eataly

Eataly NYC

Gourmet Shop, Market, and Italian Restaurant · NoMad
200 5th Ave (at W 23rd St), New York, NY 10010, United States
Hours:
Open until 11:00 PM (Show more)
  • Mon–Sun
    • 10:00 AM–11:00 PM
Reservations:
Yes
Drinks:
Beer, Wine
Credit Cards:
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)
Wi-Fi:
Free
Outdoor Seating:
Yes
Wheelchair Accessible:
Yes

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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    Travel + Leisure
    "year-round rooftop beer garden with hearty bites from Mario Batali"(21 Tips)
    Brew York
    "home right by the elevator for Birreria."(17 Tips)
    Remco V.
    "The prime rib sandwiches are delicious, the rooftop bar is fun."(31 Tips)
    laura l.
    "Fresh pasta counter blissfully uncrowded at 1 on a Monday afternoon"(22 Tips)

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  • Eataly

    Enjoy a free glass of Prosecco on check in when ordering lunch at Manzo.

    Eataly · February 23, 2011
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  • Svetlana N.

    Whenever you are there must visit Eataly for lunch or just Italian proviant shopping, but be ready for crowds of people there. It really feels like you are in Campo do Fiory, or other Italian market.

    Svetlana Novokshonova · September 4, 2014
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  • Diego R.

    Dive into Italy's flavors and aroma. Check the 400+ cheese selection and choose between The five options: birreria, veggies, seafood, pasta & pizza and meat specialties. Tip: Reserve & be on time.

    Diego Romero · January 25, 2014
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  • Cezar L.

    I guess everything is great. The restaurants are really good. I had the Piatto Misto Di Salumi & Formaggi at La Piaza and a Capricciosa pizza at La Pizza & La Pasta, both fantastic!

    Cezar Lenci · October 20, 2014
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  • Veronica L.

    The best restaurant in Manhattan! Good prices, friendly staff, delicious food, and the best thing is that you can buy any ingredience they have used for cooking your meal. Simply awesome!

    Veronica Leroy · May 2, 2013
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  • Carly H.

    Obsessed with the pizza and pasta section at Eataly. Put your name on the list and while you're waiting for a table explore the whole location! There's so much to see and taste!

    Carly Heitlinger · February 11, 2015
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  • Breanne P.

    One of a kind and an absolute must see. Amazing food, authentic Italy, and nothing short of spectacular every time. It's an experience not just a spot to grab lunch. AND amazing rooftop beer garden.

    Breanne Palmieri · February 14
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  • Jessica H.

    The Eataly brand products are actually a great deal here. I picked up some 14 month aged Eataly prosciutto for dinner the other night and my bf and I thought it was the real deal - for $15/LB less!

    Jessica Hann · October 17, 2014
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  • refinery29

    Technically, there are several restaurants in this Flatiron hot spot, but that just makes it all the more appealing. Consider this your permission to do a pasta crawl, with minimal walking. Read more

    refinery29 · August 3, 2014
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  • Kimberly S.

    The best pizza & pasta I've ever had. Had I known how much we'd love it, we'd have planned our trip around daily visits to Eataly. Get there at opening so you can get a table without a long wait.

    Kimberly Smiley · April 3, 2014
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  • Gary H.

    Get the focaccia for lunch. The grilled eggplant is my favourite. If you want dessert, the gelato is a safe bet. A trip to NYC would be incomplete without a stop at Eataly, especially for foodies.

    Gary Hor · November 21, 2015
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  • Paula F.

    It's a place where you can spend a whole day. Everything is delicious and you can bring the ingredients home after this happy day. Try the Classic Tiramisu on the Dessert place. It's to die for!

    Paula Freire · December 25, 2014
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  • Celeste N.

    Unfortunately you can't order from all the tables but be sure, whatever you choose will be amazing. Try the specials of the day and if you have some space for dessert check out the Nutella bar!

    Celeste North · June 22, 2014
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  • Rafael P.

    When I come here and always eat in the seafood restaurant. It is my favorite. I always order scallops! But octoplus is a good choice as well. And for dessert I love Terra Cotta, I order in the back.

    Rafael Pops · May 15, 2013
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  • David B.

    eataly is an imported italian grocery store, co-owned by mario batali, that is a PALACE of food - there are multiple little restaurants within it, a beer garden on the roof, and it's really beautiful

    David Blackman · November 30, 2015
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  • Thais M.

    This place is awesome!! Several restaurants for all sorts of food, pasta, vegetarian, fish, nice selection of Dogfish Head beers and food. Very nice birreria on the roof. Definitely a fav spot in NYC!

    Thais Marcon · August 12, 2013
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  • Caroline D.

    Free wifi and a good study spot for those who like white noise. They have basically everything—coffee, an espresso bar, authentic Italian gelato, a cheese shop, deli, restaurant, and more!

    Caroline Deng · December 26, 2015
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  • Valerie S.

    A long walk through Eataly leads to Neapolitan pizza baked a short 90-120 seconds @ ~800 degrees in wood ovens. The result satisfies: a firm, chewy crust, often topped by soft, moist tomato sauce.

    Valerie Seckler · August 30, 2012
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  • Natalia B.

    Has rapidly become a New York convention. Huge posh food hall with spots to eat within, specialising in meats, pizza, pasta, fish... even an espresso and ice cream bar. Go at night to avoid crowds.

    Natalia Baker · October 14, 2014
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  • Charlotte S.

    Wow, it's wonderland for foodies! I thoroughly enjoyed perusing the shelves and bought some lovely oil and vinegar. Must return to sample the many in house dining options. All looks divine.

    Charlotte Scarf · April 7, 2015
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  • Hannah Serena G.

    As good as the Torino location, and big stars shop here (I once saw Grace Coddington in the produce section). La Piazza great for schmoozing, and La Pizza, La Pasta, and Le Verdure are heavenly.

    Hannah Serena Goldstein · April 5, 2014
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  • Joe G.

    "bigger & bolder than most of New York's gelato, though also a little subdued in flavor. So stick to clean, simple flavors like fior di latte or the excellently creamy lemon sorbet for best results."

    Joe Germuska · August 2, 2013
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  • Pia

    Everything from the actual shopping experience to the food is excellent. Some of the best gelato, prosciutto & fresh mozz I've had in NYC. The focaccia is amazing too. (4 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more

    Pia · April 25, 2012
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  • Rebecca Z.

    Usually a 30-60 min wait. To kill time, get the Cheese & Meat platter in the standing area. If you go to the pizza/pasta place, get the Spaghettone Cacio e Pepe. Afterwards, get the raspberry gelato.

    Rebecca Zhou · August 15, 2011
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  • ThePurplePassport.com

    Batali definitely knows how to put together a kitchen–the pizzas and the pastas are gorgeous. The reasonably priced wine list packed with great Italian picks, many by Bastianich, is a big bonus, too. Read more

    ThePurplePassport.com · January 20, 2012
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  • Armand A.

    great place overall-the fish soup was tasty with burned crostini and barely warm-white sardines with red and yellow peppers were good-rosato di refosco was pleasant-service a let down-nyc attitude...

    Armand Alikaj · April 22, 2013
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  • Hattycakes H.

    What a place! A little overwhelming when you hit this place in the after work Rush. There are plenty of quick bites and communal tables or sit down restaurant choices. Had the prosciutto panini 👍

    Hattycakes Hats · January 13, 2015
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  • Dane B.

    Instead of buying a sandwich at Rosticceria, get some prime rib. Go grab a slice of foccacia. Drizzle with EVOO. Sprinkle on Maldon sea salt. Lay on the fresh cracked pepper. Assemble. Perfection.

    Dane B · January 5, 2013
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  • Gansevoort Hotel Group

    One of our favorite spots! There is nothing you shouldn't try at eataly...pizza, pasta, cheese, freshly made breads....GELATO! Stop by for a bite and pick up some groceries to go! Also have a beer and

    Gansevoort Hotel Group · June 28, 2011
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  • Eddie Y.

    Get ingredients to cook at home or get meat, cheese, bread, etc to eat in the park. Not as crazy dining experience & fair prices for quality. Rustic loaf w/provolone&pancetta. Add burrata. Feeds 3.

    Eddie Yeti · October 24, 2010
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  • Ken A.

    I went to Eataly on a Sunday afternoon and the crowd was overbearing. I love Italian food but the massive amount of people was too much to deal with. I got a GREAT Italian sub from Lenny's across the

    Ken Adam · January 18, 2011
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  • Be A.

    It's really amazing. A big space with different kinds of people and different kinds of products and foods. The duck rice with foie grais is terrific! Attempt to the waiting time to sit down.

    Be Andrada · April 12, 2014
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  • Ting

    This place is like an Italian foodie's dream comes true. It has absolutely everything 'made in Italy' and more. Not to be missed when in Flatiron district.

    Ting · July 21, 2015
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  • Spotted by Locals - city guides by locals

    From the bakery to the homemade pasta bar, over to the cheeses, to the butcher and coffee bar, your heart will be more than content with the offering of all this first rate Italian food Read more

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  • Gilt City

    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.

    Gilt City · June 28, 2011
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  • Rita K.

    Their fresh pastas are amazing. I also come here to buy dry pastas (great variety here), olive oils, pesto and a few other Italian specials. The pistachio pesto is simply delish!

    Rita Kwong · March 22, 2015
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  • Robert M.

    Go on a Sunday morning, around 1030. Shop. Have coffee. Stake out a spot in the Piazza for wine starting at noon.As for crowds, it was busy but not impossible.

    Robert Mitchell · March 16, 2013
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  • Anastasia B.

    Amaziiiiiing carpaccio and mushrooms at Manzo!!! A little Italy heaven in the middle of Manhattan! A must go for everyone. You can drink wine while you shop for your gourmet food!!!!

    Anastasia Bezverkha · August 11, 2013
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  • Ms H.

    The seafood bar has incredibly fresh and perfectly cooked seafood. $24 for 2 courses at lunch is great value for the quality. Juiciest seared scallops followed by a hearty seafood stew!

    Ms Helene · July 31, 2012
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  • Lily

    NYMag 2014 Food & Drink Issue: "Every one of its departments, from produce to meat, is better than it needs to be. And the ancillary stuff—dairy and pantry items, fresh pastas and dried—is top-notch."

    Lily · November 30, 2014
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  • Serious Eats

    Mega Italian market with multiple restaurants, butcher, seafood, and cheese counters, bakeries, gelato, coffee, pizza, sandwiches, and more. Great but expensive selection; gets crowded.

    Serious Eats · July 19, 2013
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  • Christopher T.

    Eataly is pure genius. It's 50,000 square feet of fresh foods. Anything ranging from fresh pasta, to coffee, to fresh baked goods, to fine meats and veggies. There are also restaurants inside that you

    Christopher Tai · April 22, 2011
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  • Munchies

    Watch hip-hop artist Action Bronson get a tour of Eataly from chef Mario Batali, where they sampled salumi and formaggi, made pizzas, and dined on a delicous stuffed fried quail. Read more

    Munchies · May 11, 2015
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  • John L.

    Although the supermarket is quite an experience, it's also a good place to just get coffee or gelato and catch up with a friend. Decent amount of seating in the coffee/gelato area.

    John Lee · February 13
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  • Lindsey R.

    Ultra-fragrant black garlic. At least ten varieties of mushrooms. Seabeans, whatever those are. The mind-blowing produce is enough to make you skip one of the space's many eateries in favor of creatin

    Lindsey Rhoades · July 24, 2011
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  • Adam M.

    Get to the focaccia counter for reasonably priced, gigantic snacks. Just a couple dollars and gigantic. Also pretty fast moving since nobody knows about it.

    Adam McCue · August 22, 2014
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  • summer d.

    Absolutely amazing experience! Tried gelato, espresso, wine, and chocolates.. All were so authentic and delicious. A feast for the all of the senses.

    summer daidone · March 29, 2015
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  • Social News Network

    Run by Mario Batali, Eatlay has everything you need from Italy. Handmade pasta - yes, delicious meats - check, fresh cheese - of course, wine bar - you betcha, and handmade pizza - duh.

    Social News Network · August 14, 2013
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  • GourmetLive

    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.

    GourmetLive · October 17, 2010
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  • NearSay NYC

    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!

    NearSay NYC · July 27, 2011
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  • The Most Interesting Man in the World

    I enjoy this place almost as much as two other nationally-themed locations. ‘Swedenim’ – a Scandinavian jeans outlet. And ‘Fondubai’ – a fondue restaurant with a twist of the Middle East.

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