Eataly NYC Flatiron
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Eataly is a dynamic marketplace with restaurants that was created in Torino, Italy by Oscar Farinetti in 2007. There are 26 Eataly stores in the world.
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Great place to shop for food and eat fresh Italian - meat, fish, pasta..on an on.
Amazing Italian grocery store and restaurant. Everything here is very authentic. You can get ingredients to cook at home, gifts for friends and family, grab a coffee or cannoli made on the spot, or dine in at one of the restaurants.
Eataly NYC Flatiron is a vibrant Italian marketplace that features an array of cafes, counters, restaurants, and a cooking school. Eat, shop, and learn. Remember to check out the rooftop, it's sorta hidden so ask if you need help finding!
Multi-storey italian food hall with a roof top restaurant decked in seasonal decor. Beautiful ambience and delicious affordable italian food. First floor houses various italian cuisine vendors.
A great place to stock up on Italian delicacies. You can also grab lunch or dinner - and they have a beer garden on the roof!
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