We stopped by on Super Bowl Sunday to grab a few things to have for the game. As always, the selection of cheese and Italian meats was superior. We purchased several loaves of fresh bread. The focaccia was tasteless but the traditional was crusty and tasty. Both needed more salt to the dough. Disappointed in the cotton candy grapes as they were soft and lifeless. Purchased a raspberry nougat on the way out and it was absolutely incredible. Love the live music and the restaurant offerings. Hate walking through the seafood section, though, as the fishy smell gets to me. Don’t miss the fresh pasta, though!
When I’m in NYC I have to go here. It brings back many memories of being in Italy. Be sure to sample some olive oil. One ends up appreciating it like wine. The past is great and the pizza is some of the best in the city… which is quite something for NYC.
This place is incredible. Couldn’t rate it in the same style as my previous reviews because it is not a singular restaurant. This is an indoor Italian marketplace and restaurant destination. Inside is a plethora of Italian food options. You can purchase food to go such as amazing looking fresh focaccia sandwiches or perhaps some fresh made pizza. Or, you can sit down at the many more fill-service type restaurants or wine bars. Or perhaps you just want to visit Eataly for some groceries and supplies to make stuff at home. They have fresh fruits, vegetables, cheese, meats, pastries, breads, coffee, chocolate, etc etc. It is reminiscent of a grocery store with some Italian flare. Soooo many options. If you don’t know what to buy, just wander a bit and pick out any of the awesome options.
Don't think I've ever been to a large Italian delicacy store and restaurant. There are so many restaurants inside, so many grocery kiosks serving everything from fresh pasta to chocolate to produce to sandwiches and pannetones. It is a beautiful, must see place to walk around if you're in Flatiron. Sit down, grab a bit to eat or a cocktail at one of their many bars, so some holiday shopping or grab a take home meal kit for two and enjoy your time.
Eataly Flatiron has amazing cooking pasta classes. I took my boyfriend on a date here and we had a lot of fun, we learned how to make the dough and different types of pasta, while a server brought a two-course meal, for entry we had a blue cheese, spinach, and pasta salad, and afterward a pasta with meat (I still dream off) and complementary wine. Everything is included in the course. It is an amazing date idea. I just wished they had classes later than 10:00 am. Pasta and wine at 11:00 am was a bit early. But highly recommend it.
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