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The highly anticipated downtown location of the Italian mega market arrives as a 45,000-square-foot complex on the third floor of 4 World Trade Center. Each Eataly location has a set theme, and this outpost’s is bread, housing a massive in-house bakery, a fresh-pasta counter and a kiosk dedicated to the Italian flatbread known as piadina. There are six eateries within the space, including a “free university” that teaches daily drop-in classes; the upscale Osteria Della Pace, offering southern Italian fare and cocktails; and four casual restaurants, each with a different focus: Orto e Mare (“the garden and the sea”), Il Pesce (fresh seafood), La Piazza (meat-and-cheese platters) and La Pizza & La Pasta (pretty obvious, no?). 

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Address: 4 World Trade Center
101 Liberty St, third floor
New York
10006
Cross street: between Greenwich and Church Sts
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Opening hours: Daily 7am–11pm
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