200 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10010
Entrances on 23rd Street between 5th & 6th Avenue and on 5th Avenue between 23rd Street & 24th Streets
Founded in the city of Turim, Italy, there are currently 27 Eataly stores in the world, 13 of these are in Japan, 1 is in New York, 1 in Chicago, 1 in Dubay and 1 in Turkey. In New York, the Eataly opened in 2010 and is commanded by Chef Mario Batali.
If you love italian food, you must visit Eataly, a gourmet marketplace that invite the consumers to shop, taste and savor high quality traditional Italian food products and beverages too.
Inside of Eataly, there are 7 restaurants that cook what they sells in market, like prime meat, salumi, cheese, fish or vegetables. Besides the market and the restaurants, Eataly has 2 caffes, Caffe Lavazza and Caffe Vergnano, and also a Nutella Bar. If you are interested, they offer private dining and events.
In Eataly, they believe that “the key to good eating is education”, therefore they offer a variety of cooking classes for the lovers and curious about italian food.
You cannot leave the place without taking a little bit of Italy with you, it is an unmissable place!