Eataly was first established back in 2007 in Torino, Italy. The restaurant and bar comes with a market where you can purchase the very ingredients you are eating off your plate. You can purchase the finest pasta, olive oil, cheese, wine, kitchen utensils and even Italian cookbooks at this market that resembles a plaza. On the other side is the restaurant where you can enjoy some Italian cuisine.
This brunch spot gained a lot of publicity through the hit TV series Sex and the City, as you would often see shots of the girls dining here. Their signature dish is eggs benedict. This is the second Sarabeth’s to open up overseas (the first being in Japan) and it took a full year until this place was ready to open for customers. It unprecedentedly opened up in the middle of all the clothing stores on the second floor of the department store. They open at 9am on the weekends.
3. Magnolia Bakery
First opened in New York back in 1996, dessert fanatics are crazy for this bakery. People line up all day just to get a hold of a small cupcake. There are so many customers that they limited the purchase of their signature red velvet cupcakes and banana puddings to only one per person a day. They make everything, from the cupcakes to the icing, right here in this bakery.
4. Joe & the Juice
You would’ve seen Joe & the Juice if you’ve traveled around Europe, and now they finally opened up a shop in Korea for the first time. It all started in Copenhagen, Denmark, and they sell all kinds of juices as well as coffee and sandwiches. Most of the juices here are made with apples to add sweetness to their healthy blends. Everything is the same in every store around the world, from the music to the ambiance, but the only difference is the Korean store sells ice coffees.