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Eataly Snapshots

Eataly is a high-end Italian food market/mall chain comprising a variety of restaurants, food and beverage stations, bakery, and retail items.

The first Eataly opened in Turin, Italy, in January 2007. A branch located in New York City opened in August 2010.

200 Fifth Avenue (West 23rd Street)
Flatiron District


Cold cuts







This entry was published on March 2, 2014 at 1:11 am. It’s filed under food, food photography, Italian food, New York City and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

6 thoughts on “Eataly Snapshots

  1. Carie Mahoner on said:

    I absolutely looove Eataly! Never even knew there were 200 different types of pasta until they came along! 🙂


  2. Francesca Maria on said:

    I have been many times to the Eataly in Garbatella, Rome, actually my daughter and I were their most loyal customers, we’d go there for coffee, for lunch, for reading their great cookbooks, for ice cream, for groceries. What a place, highly recommendable. I wish they’d open one here in Trapani.


    • My understanding is that the NYC version is different from the locations in Italy, in that the prices are more expensive and that the stores feature American (local) products in addition to items imported from Italy.


      • Francesca Maria on said:

        I can assure you the prices are very high in Italy too. We were shocked when we went there the first time. It’s not the place to do your daily grocery shopping. Oh, if only they included American products here too!!!


  3. marcelloopes on said:

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