Eataly

200 5th Ave
New York NY 10010
(212) 229-2560
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Maryse Chevriere, Staff Writer

A First Taste of Eataly's Birreria. Walking up the steps to Eataly's brand-spankin'-new (and yes, long-awaited) rooftop beer garden, Birreria, is a little like that iconic scene in Willy Wonka and... Read More

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Reviewing Eataly. The trip to Eataly is a wonderful experience through the best of Italy in the heart of New York. The shopping trip through this 50,000 foot store is a fabulous journey of the best food you can get when visiting Italy in person. Cheeses, fish, meats,... Read More

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A Video Interview with the Bilingual Brewer Behind Eataly’s Rooftop Beer Garden
A Video Interview with the Bilingual Brewer Behind Eataly’s Rooftop Beer Garden | Local Food Magazine of Manhattan
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Foursquare Tips
Time Out New York
Pick up provisions for a home-cooked Italian meal at Mario Batali’s massive retail-restaurant complex. You can also choose from one of six on-site eateries.
ThePurplePassport.com
Batali definitely knows how to put together a kitchen–the pizzas and the pastas are gorgeous. The reasonably priced wine list packed with great Italian picks, many by Bastianich, is a big bonus, too.
Brew York
Everyone goes upstairs for the beer, but there's an excellent selection of bottled beers - mainly from small Italian craft brewers - to take home right by the elevator for Birreria.
Scanwiches
Prosciutto di Parma, On a Demi-Baguette.
Gilt City
What a playground of fabulous Italian food. Where to even begin? Our suggestion is walk around, sniffing and sampling from all the different stations. Then go for it and indulge in something decadent.
AskMen
50,000 square feet of pure Italian with a rooftop beer garden, a cooking school, bakery, coffee shop, fresh pasta counter, a butcher, & any pantry item you'll need to play chef at home.
Gilt City
The pasta, pizza, gelato: all fabulous. But we're swooning over Eataly's meat selection--overseen by the city's legendary butcher, Pat LaFrieda.
Food Network
Explore the aisles of Eataly, Mario Batali's artisanal Italian food and wine marketplace in NYC, for fresh pastas, Neapolitan pizzas and cured meats and cheeses.
nymag
Italian wonders about here, but don’t miss the perfectly al dente cacio e pepe at La Pizza and La Pasta. Featured in Where to Eat 2011!
DailyCandy
Hit up David Pasternak's crudo bar and Nancy Silverton's bread station at the mega grocery, then seek out imported apple mustard (spicy and sweet).
The Corcoran Group
Go right when they open to avoid the crowds and get the best selection. Otherwise, you’ll be forced to wait in line outside.
Crunch Gym
Stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables in the produce section! There isn't a cooler place in the city to get your recommended intake of fruits and vegetables. Mangia!
GourmetLive
A butcher, fishmonger, cheesemonger, salumi counter, rotisserie, bakery, dried goods, fruits & vegetables, Italian beers & just about anything else the well-heeled foodie cook could possibly require.
People
With 50,000 square feet of delicious Italian treats, you're bound to spot a star—we bumped into Jimmy Fallon! Tip: Relax with a brew in the sprawling rooftop beer garden before loading up groceries.
The Wall Street Journal
Among the gastronomic greatest hits worth checking out here: handmade mozzarella, oysters, veal and lamb stuffed ravioli, and gelato. And lots and lots of wine.
Michael A.
too many ppl make this place very hard to move around
Time Out New York
Mario Batali presents a 50,000-sq-ft gastro-playground with seven separate eateries, multiple food stores, a rooftop beer garden, a culinary bookstore and an educational center. Yum!
@A.G. Wine - iPhone/iPad
Mmmmmmm. Mozzarella. Rossopmodoro. Lavazza bar. Come Italia!
nymag
In his NY Diet, Jeffrey Steingarten calls Eataly "spectacular" - there are "wonderful, delicious pastas," "wonderful" pizza, not to mention great crudo, breadsticks, and Pat LaFrieda steak.
AskMen
50,000 square feet of pure Italian with a rooftop beer garden, a cooking school, bakery, coffee shop, fresh pasta counter, a butcher, & any pantry item you'll need to play chef at home.
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