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Eataly

212-229-2560  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 200 Fifth Ave, (at 23rd St), New York, NY 10010

CUISINE: Brewpub, Gourmet Takeout, Italian, Farm to Table, Sandwiches, Steak House, Charcuterie

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly, Kid Friendly

DETAILS
Mario Batali and Joseph and Lidia Bastianich's monstrous temple for all foods Italian is a tad overwhelming. It'd behoove you to bring along some sort of makeshift dungeon master's guide to navigate the chaos. The bustling market is divided into specialties such as fresh fish, vegetables, a butcher, cheeses, pasta to go, a gelateria and just about anything your taste buds could desire. Among the six restaurants on the premises are Manzo, a steak-heavy spot helmed by Chef Michael Toscano (formerly of Babbo), as well as Birreria, a beautiful rooftop restaurant/brewery - warning, the tasty brews come with a rooftop price tag. Generally serving lunch and dinner daily (hours vary by restaurant). "The point of Eataly is shopping: excellent pastas, dried and fresh-made; a bakery; canned goods; cheese; meats; fish; vegetables; books; housewares; drinks; wine. Load up on these and head home to cook, or simply stop in for an espresso or a small gelato, and take the measure of the place for the next time through."
- The New York Times

"A spin-off of an operation by the same name just outside of Turin, Italy, the store's retail maze and six full-service restaurants include a rotisserie with the city's best flame-roasted chickens, an awe-inspiring display of hard-to-find produce (plus an in-house 'vegetable butcher') and the meatcentric white-tablecloth joint Il Manzo, which serves a gorgeous tartare of Montana-raised Piedmontese-breed beef."
- Time Out New York

The New York Times: Critics' Pick
Time Out New York: Critics' Pick

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Mario Batali and Joseph and Lidia Bastianich's monstrous temple for all foods Italian is a tad overwhelming. It'd behoove you to bring along some sort of makeshift dungeon master's guide to navigate the chaos. The bustling market is divided into specialties such as fresh fish, vegetables, a butcher, cheeses, pasta to go, a gelateria and just about anything your taste buds could desire. Among the six restaurants on the premises are Manzo, a steak-heavy spot helmed by Chef Michael Toscano (formerly of Babbo), as well as Birreria, a beautiful rooftop restaurant/brewery - warning, the tasty brews come with a rooftop price tag.
 
"The point of Eataly is shopping: excellent pastas, dried and fresh-made; a bakery; canned goods; cheese; meats; fish; vegetables; books; housewares; drinks; wine. Load up on these and head home to cook, or simply stop in for an espresso or a small gelato, and take the measure of the place for the next time through."
- The New York Times

"A spin-off of an operation by the same name just outside of Turin, Italy, the store's retail maze and six full-service restaurants include a rotisserie with the city's best flame-roasted chickens, an awe-inspiring display of hard-to-find produce (plus an in-house 'vegetable butcher') and the meatcentric white-tablecloth joint Il Manzo, which serves a gorgeous tartare of Montana-raised Piedmontese-breed beef."
- Time Out New York

The New York Times: Critics' Pick
Time Out New York: Critics' Pick
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Generally serving lunch and dinner daily (hours vary by restaurant).

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