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Eataly
Italian Restaurant
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200 5th Ave New York, NY 10010
200 5th AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10010
(212) 229-2560eataly.com
Italian Restaurant, Sandwich Shop
Italian Restaurant
Sandwich Shop
Takeout Restaurant
Today Closed
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday ClosedThursday 6:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 6:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 6:00 – 11:00 pmSunday Closed
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Massive Italian food hall offering imported groceries & multiple eateries, each with its own focus.- Google
"Go there and try a bit of "real Italian food."
"Hint: There is a rooftop beer garden thats fabulous on a nice day."
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Denise LaRossa
a month ago
LOVE LOVE LOVE this place! One of my favorite places to go to in New York. I break the bank and gain 10 pounds every single time I go there. I wish they would open one up in Philadelphia , PA or the Jersey shore. I've been to the one in Chicago too and that is great as well.
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Sophie Chang
a month ago
Absolutely beautiful food, and exception service. Thank you for such a pleasant experience, and surprise. I had walked past twice and thought that it was only a coffee/ice cream /grocery store.
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Steve Chen
2 months ago
This place is AWESOME!!! I want one near home! I love Italian food so I was like a kid in the candy store. It's a grocery store/restaurants. They have so many different restaurants within the store like ice cream, coffee, seafood, pasta, etc. I can spend a whole day in this place. The seafood restaurant is da bomb! I ordered soft shell crab salad, oysters, and razor clams. The dishes were all so fresh and flavorful. They took me back to Venice, Italy. I'll definitely come back to eat at their pasta restaurant next. I heard it's highly recommended.
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James Kazamakis
2 months ago
resembles a crowded bustling market straight out of Italy! Wonderful beer selection and delicious foods all at a reasonable price for being right in the heart of Chelsea, NYC! Had few drinks and enjoyed the life at the park across the street - also home to the very first Shake Shack!
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Steve Cosentino
a month ago
We had pizza and pasta for dinner. The pasta dish was ok. The pizza was great! Also had several deserts. They were good not great. The market itself is pretty cool.
Christine Graziano
a week ago
Celebrating it's 5th year in NYC, Eataly continues to evolve as a powerhouse to impress visitors and locals alike. Come midweek to have better access to all the culinary treats. Weekends = crowds 🐰🍯
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Nicole Ricks
4 months ago
Eataly is best experienced as a grocery store. While the restaurants have delicious dishes, the lines and wait times are insane. Usually I pick up some fresh made pasta, fresh mozzarella, and some great items from their produce section (prices aren't terrible- and they have a more unique selection vs your average grocery store). Try to avoid lunch hour or Thursday/Friday happy hour- you will find yourself trapped while trying to shop.
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Bespoke Real Estate
3 months ago
Eataly makes you feel like you are in Italy. It is a high end Italian supermarket with everything you could imagine. Don't miss out on buying white truffle in the fall. Its the best! Within Eataly there is nine restaurants that are amazing. It's always packed but so worth it.