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Eataly NYC Restaurants
Italian Restaurant$$
Today 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
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200 5th Ave New York, NY 10010, United States
200 5th AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10010
(212) 229-2560eataly.com
$$Italian Restaurant, BarToday 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Eataly is more than a supermarket with restaurants. It is an energetic marketplace--an opportunity to taste and take home the products of artisans who create the highest quality products.
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Massive Italian food hall offering imported groceries & multiple eateries, each with its own focus.- Google
"I especially love their fresh pasta and their Gelateria."
"Great beer garden and pizza pasta is a must here."
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Kata Rina
a month ago
Italian food shopping at is finest. You need time! A lot of time to get through the store and check out everything. Besides they have a few stand up cafes through out the store. You could get some Prosciutto, salami and cheese for a late night snack or an authentic cappuccino at breakfast. The desserts are just as good as they look. I can go on and on but there is just to much to tell. Every Italian fan needs to stop here, matter if you live or visit NYC.
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Amy Adams
a month ago
This place is amazing. We ate fresh pasta, then shopped. While shopping some of our group had espresso, some had fresh cannoli, and of course wine! Our meals were delicious and the atmosphere of this place is like no other! I think I could have spent all four days we were in NYC here, We loved it!
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Peter Teoh
2 months ago
It's a huge Italian-themed food store. You can buy fresh groceries as well as get prepared foods. There is a vegetarian mini-restaurant that serves simple plant-based entrees. The vegetables are fresh and taste good. Only drawback is that it's very pricey. Eataly is good if you want to splurge.
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Fred Alluso
3 months ago
This place is the biggest conundrum to review in New York. If you are shopping for great ingredients, its a worthy destination. If you're looking for a place for a quick bite, its hit-or-miss. If you're looking for a place with great gelato or an Italian style coffee bar, its really good, but over crowded. I love half of the restaurants, but getting reservations can be challenging (especially when they often lose track of dates and number of people in your party). And then again, if you are looking to learn how to cook some authentic Italian fare, La Scuola di Eataly is a worthy destination. Especially while Lidia Bastianich is at the helm. I guess my frustrations come from the crowds, the occasionally over-priced items and the lack of consistencies when ordering something as simple as a sandwich. I think it's a place worth trying, but not a place you can always depend on.
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Amanda LaMela
a month ago
At Eataly, you can have an aperitivo in La Piazza, drinks on the roof of Birreria, a snack at the Nutella Bar, and dine at one of the many authentic Italian restaurants. The Eataly marketplace is very similar to the markets in northern Italy. Here are some of my favorites: La Pasta & La Pasta Restaurant: I've had the Quadrati ravioli and an asparagus lasagna special on two separate occasions. The ingredients are fresh and refreshingly simple in their preparation. Two glasses of prosecco, a pasta, a pizza, and an appetizer came to $75. So reasonable! La Piazza: Classica mozzrella, roasted butternut squash salad, and paper-thin prosciutto can be enjoyed at the bar or at the standing tables in the center. A little crowded, but absolutely delicious. Manzo: Meat-centered restaurant. Tagliatelle with goat shoulder and black truffle butter is incredible, Two entrees, two glasses of prosecco, and a shared appetizer came to $130. I obviously love Eataly, so here's the tally: +1 star for the reasonable deliciousness of La Pizza & La Pasta +1 star for the huge selection of EVOO in the marketplace +1 star for the delicious housemade burrata cheese +1 star for the paper-thin prosciutto in La Piazza +1 star for the bread that my family still won't stop talking about -1 star for the huge crowds that make it impossible to walk through without being shoved -1 star for the overpriced dried pasta and jarred pestos in the marketplace
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S Basnight
2 weeks ago
I LOVE this place! Fresh food. So many choices. Its truly an Italian paradise! I had absolutely decadent cheese, meat, and wine and it was simply amazing. Can't wait to go again to try something new!
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CorreyHope Kustin
4 months ago
A massive food hall that has a little bit of everything. I come in here when I need a quick bite of something special. My fave is the fresh mozzarella cheese which will cost you $20 for the lump! Yes, you read that right. They call it city prices, Hello, I wasn't buying real estate but it's good. Next you have tons of fresh veggies and fruits laid out in colorful displays. If you want to take a step into Italy, grab and expensive coffee. I suggest the Eataly. Grab licorice from Italy or a gift that you need for that person who has everything. Tons of cook books and accessories are here as well. Walk amongst the crowd and enjoy.
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Vladimir Jovanovic
4 months ago
Behind this creative name hides a market store/café/restaurants with everything Italian related to food. I came here for gelato and wasn't disappointed. It might not be the best in NYC, but it's definitely in top 3. Don't get confused by the prices, because their cups are huge. I recommend salted caramel as a must. Even the staff, which is polite and knowledgeable, recommends it. Now over to the café. This is one of the rare places in New York where you can get famous Lavazza coffee and to go. Eataly is also your source for authentic ingredients you need for Italian dishes. If you think Italian dishes are limited to pasta and pizza, Eataly offers cooking classes that will prove you wrong. They also have a wine cellar with fine selection of, of course, Italian wines. If you don't feel like cooking they offer 7 (yes, seven) restaurants each with different variations of Italian cuisine.
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