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In partnership with Eataly
The culinary attraction of the past 10 years, Eataly has moved into a 2 500 square meters location in central Paris from April 12th. Grocery shop, restaurants, teaching school, you’ll know everything about Eataly. With – as a bonus gift – a recipe from a pasta chef at the end!
Mamma Mia! It’s a piece of news that delighted all the pasta lovers, the pizza enthusiasts, the burrata fans. Eataly, which designed its shops to look like a giant Italian market, and who already has numerous outlets around the globe, has settled in Paris. And for this first address in France, Eataly saw things in a large scale by establishing itself in the historic Le Marais district. Their first megastore in France is open 7 days a week for your needs of italian infusion.
But where Eataly strikes hard, beyond being the biggest Italian market, visitors could feed themselves with not less than 7 different restaurants. The Piazza Centrale and its already popular Mozza Bar, definetely one of the main attraction of the venue, the traditional dishes from Osteria del Vino, or, our favourite, Pasta e Pizza. Managed by Elio Genualdo, Pasta e Pizza has everything to become the go-to place to indulge yourself, between pastas, pizzas & desserts. After seeing the chef himself do before our eyes his recipe of Spaghetto Eataly con stracciatella, we can only recommend to head to PeP.
Elio Genualdo’s spaghettis recipe? Some Afeltra spaghettis of which we add some Cosi Com’è tomatoes, stracciatella cheese, a hint of olive oil and some chopped basil leaves. Simple but effective like a long pass by Andrea Pirlo. In the purpose to leave Eataly with the chefs’ secrets, Eataly offers also lots of cooking lessons. Or how to bring the dolce vita in the heart of Paris.
What? Eataly Paris Marais Opening
When? Open 7 days a week, 8.30AM to 11.30PM, from Monday to Sunday
Where? 37 rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie, 4e