Eataly

Restaurants , Italian River North
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Pastry in Eataly.

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Pastry in Eataly.

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Pastry in Eataly.

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Pastry in Eataly.

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Pistachio gelato at Lait Gelato & Il Gelato in Eataly.

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Nutella crepe at Nutella in Eataly

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Nutella crepe at Nutella in Eataly

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Nutella crepe at Nutella in Eataly

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Nutella and bread at Nutella in Eataly.

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Gran Bar Lavazza in Eataly.

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Neve sulla lava at Gran Bar Lavazza in Eataly.

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Cookies at Gran Bar Lavazza in Eataly.

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Piemonte at Gran Bar Lavazza in Eataly.

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Cookies at Gran Bar Lavazza in Eataly.

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Cookies at Gran Bar Lavazza in Eataly.

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Mozzarella and beet salad at La Mozzarella in Eataly.

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IL Crudo in Eataly.

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Fritto Misto De Pesce in at La Piazza at Eataly.

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La Piazza in Eataly

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Meats and cheeses at La Piazza in Eataly.

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Suppli in La Piazza at Eataly.

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Fresh pasta in Eataly.

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Fresh pasta in Eataly.

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Fresh pasta in Eataly.

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Carne cruda from La Carne at Eataly.

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La Carne at Eataly.

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La Carne at Eataly.

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La Pizza vera napoletana in Eataly.

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La Pizza vera napoletana in Eataly.

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La Pizza vera napoletana in Eataly

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Margherita pizza at La Pizza vera napoletana in Eataly.

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La Pizza vera napoletana in Eataly.

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Piatti in La Verdure at Eataly.

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La Verdure at Eataly

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Insalata tricolore in La Verdure at Eataly.

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Vino Libero in Eataly.

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Vino Libero in Eataly.

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Birreria at Eataly.

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Bitches brew beer in Birreria at Eataly.

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Foccacceria at Eataly.

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Squash focaccia Foccacceria at Eataly.

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Foccacceria at Eataly.

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Prosciutto crudo di parma in Foccacceria at Eataly.

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La Rosticceria in Eataly.

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La Rosticceria in Eataly.

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Salumi Formaggi in Eataly.

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Salumi Formaggi in Eataly.

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Butcher in Eataly.

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Fishmonger in Eataly.

The Italian mega-store brought 22 restaurants to Chicago, in the form of a seafood counter, vegetable butcher, pasta shop, wine stores, a Nutella bar and more. For reviews of each place and tips on how to best handle the space, read our Eataly guide.

Venue name: Eataly
Contact:
Address: 43 E Ohio St
Chicago
60611
Transport: El stop: Red to Garfield (Red). Bus: 29, 65.
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Joe L
tastemaker

This review is specifically for their new pizzeria called Pizza Alla Palla on the second level.

I love Eataly, and their new Roman Style Pizzeria is no shortage of brilliance. They even flew in a baker from Italy to open and oversee the operation for the first three months. Thats no joke. He is there training and cooking up these beautiful thick, chewy pillows of goodness. 


I would recommend sharing one of these things, because it is very filling. I tried the Tricolore which is in their $22 dollar category, and it was absolutely delicious. Because the dough is so thick, they tend to cook the dough first, and then add the toppings on after in most cases. The Tricolore had delicious Prosciutto di Parma, housemade stracciatella cheese, arugula, and cherry tomatoes. Just add a little bit of fresh cracked black pepper and salt on the top, and prepare to be whisked away to heaven. 

Jennifer J
tastemaker

My Eataly experience was overwhelming, but in a good way. This massive Little Italy-esque place is full of wonderful Italian things like wine, cheese, olive oil and gelato, to name a few. It brought me back to when I was in Italy.  I enjoy the combination of everything you need in one place: wine shop, cheese shop, pasta shop, restaurants and dessert bars. I especially enjoy the Nutella bar! Yes, it's as amazing as it sounds. And or course, let's not forget the gelato bar! I highly recommend this place especially if you live anything Italian.