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This massive food and drink complex from Oscar Farinetti is the largest Italian market in the world. The New York flagship takes inspiration from the first Eataly location, which opened in Torino, Italy, in 2007. The Eataly NYC Flatiron location sprawls 48,000-square-feet and is a maze of awe-inspiring aisle after aisle filled with hard-to-find, high-quality Italian produce and products, fresh counters, cafés and restaurants. It's a chance for New Yorkers to educate their tastebuds on the nuances of Italy's 20 regions.
200 Fifth Ave
|Cross street:||between 23rd and 24th Sts|
|Transport:||Subway: F, M, N, R to 23rd St|
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am–11pm|
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I love coming here either by myself to browse the aisles, or pop in with out of town guests or friends for dinner or to have a drink at one of the many awesome restaurants. It's a very fun space to walk around in, though it can get extremely crowded on weekends or after work.
One of my favorite stops in NYC! I love spending time exploring the different markets in Eataly. I often get caught up in their beautiful desserts and gelato selection but there is so much more that Eataly has to offer!
A must if you're in the Flatiron district! Amazing selection of cheeses, meats, breads and basically everything you ever wanted to eat..(aly)!
Come hungry, leave very, very full. Eataly located near the Flatiron Building is a market for all things Italian. Fresh pasta, fresh mozzarella, gelato, espresso, are just some of the items available here. You can sit and eat there or bring the food home and make your own pizzas or other fare. Vegetables and meats are also available, along with every size and shape of dry pasta you could ever imagine. Olive oil from every region of Italy make up an entire aisle and the aroma of the market will keep you coming back.
Do you want to escape New York and find yourself in Italy. Well your wish is my command, welcome to Eataly. No you do not need a passport all you need is an empty stomach and an open heart. This is one of my favorite places to visit in the city. From the fresh pasta to the wine Eataly makes my heart sing and makes my stomach very Happy. Would you like pizza prepared right in front of your eyes or would you like some delicious fresh baked bread. Close your eyes and smell the chocolate at the Nutella bar or make your way over to Il Pesce and feast on delectable oysters. This place has everything and anything you could ever imagine to make sure you have a delicious Italian meal. This is a definite when visiting New York or if you live here make this your Sunday spot.
Eataly is a massive Italian food mecca right in Flatiron. If you want to impress out-of-towners, bring them to Eataly. Besides offering a variety of eating options to satisfy even picky eaters (there's a vegetarian restaurant, a pizzeria, a seafood spot, a rooftop bar with amazing charcuterie), you can show them that New York really does have it all. There's a bakery, a butcher with beautiful red meats, a fresh pasta section, an imported Italian beer section, cookbooks, imported Italian jarred goods, cheeses, produce, fresh seafood. There's a café and a gelateria. There's a wine bar in the center of the whole place where you can stand and sip and munch with your friends. You can take cooking classes at Eataly! The most delicious mushroom lasagna I've ever had, I had at Eataly. Truly, you cannot go wrong with this place.
Eataly is a great place to go to if you have no idea what you want to eat. The food hall and market is packed full of options for every appetite. My personal favorite is wine and antipasti at La Piazza – a space in the middle of Eataly with standing tables. I brought my husband here for a late meal this past weekend, and his eyes lit up like a happy child when he perused the menu. We ended up sharing a large charcuterie platter, clams/oysters and a bottle of rose. Yum. Prices are a little higher than usual, but for the quality, I think it’s worth it. You’re also paying for the atmosphere and experience anyway. One thing to note – both my husband and I are on the shorter side and the standing tables are very tall. I was still able to eat and drink with no issues, but to a passing stranger, I may have looked a little funny slurping oysters.