Eataly New York
Focused on providing high quality, sustainable products for all, Eataly is the largest Italian marketplace and dining experience in the world. Since Oscar Farinetti first opened Eataly Torino in Italy in 2007, his philosophy has spread with more than 35 stores across the world, including two locations in New York: Eataly NYC Flatiron (200 5th Avenue) and Eataly NYC Downtown (101 Liberty Street #3).
So what’s there to eat and drink?
Both Eataly locations are home to a variety of restaurants, counters, cafes, and take-away options, each dedicated to a specific theme.
But first, coffee. Start your morning off right at one of Eataly’s cafes with a housemade pastry and frothy cappuccino. And if you’re really hungry, don’t miss their Italian-style breakfast sandwiches. (Think: prosciutto and pecorino instead of bacon and cheddar.)
Lunch and Dinner
For a quick lunch, get to know a side of Italy you never knew existed before with dishes like pizza alla pala, a thick, bakery-style pizza served by-the-slice on a personal paddle, or the famous prime rib panino. As for dinner, choose from more than nine restaurants, each dedicated to a unique theme. Whether you want to savor Italian classics like Neapolitan-style pizza and housemade fresh pasta, or try something new, there’s a restaurant to suit every taste.
As 5 o’clock rolls around, live your best life with a rooftop aperitivo at Flatiron’s Serra Fiorita, a greenhouse-inspired restaurant that changes with the seasons. Right now the 14th-floor space boasts a flowering atmosphere and an extensive spritz cocktail menu. Alternatively, raise a glass to a view of lower Manhattan at Eataly NYC Downtown’s weekday happy hour featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, Italian cocktails, and regional wines.
Truly live la dolce vita with Eataly’s dizzying array of sweets, including gelato, cannoli, pasticcini, bomboloni and more – all made in house.
Most restaurants accept reservations. Visit eataly.com/newyork to learn more.
Eataly NYC Flatiron (200 5th Avenue)
Eataly NYC Downtown (101 Liberty Street #3)