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Restaurants, Italian Financial District
4 out of 5 stars
(4user reviews)
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczEataly
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Paul WagtouiczFlatbread at Eataly
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczEataly
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczEataly
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczEataly
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczPastries at Eataly
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczEataly

Time Out says

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?). 



Address: 4 World Trade Center
101 Liberty St, third floor
New York
Cross street: between Greenwich and Church Sts
Opening hours: Daily 7am–11pm
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4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4 / 5

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I've got to agree with Jacqui's comment, "walking around eataly [is] what I like to do for fun." This place is gorgeous, scrumptious, and all around an amazing atmosphere. If you love real Italian food, this is where you gotta go.

If someone asked me what I like to do for fun...I'd have to say walking around Eataly was up there among my favorite things to do in New York (geez this girl needs to get out more). It's like the cheapest round trip vacation to Italy that you'll find. Nothing inspires me to whip up a fabulous home cooked meal more than perusing past the fresh pasta market. Whether you're dining in, or taking ingredients home to make your own masterpiece, Eataly is a NYC must.


This is a smaller versio of the Eataly in Flatiron. However, this location is more interactive and less crowded. The store shows how different meats are produced and how different cheeses are made! Be sure to try the gelato! You can also walk around with a glass of wine as you shop. I am excited to go play bocce on a Tuesday here!

I decided to try eating here while I was downtown with some friends visiting, because I have only had good experiences at the Flatiron location.  We ate at La Pasta & La Pizza. While waiting for our table we were told we could sit and have drinks at the bar next to it, but they didnt mention we would have to pay before sitting at our table which caused some confusion. We then were sat at our table, and while our food was great, we had terrible service. It was very unfortunate.