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Sunday
Feb272011

New Destination: Eataly

Having people in from out of town always gives us a chance to explore a little deeper the wonders NYC has to offer. They usually come with a list of things to do, and for us its quite the opportunity to finally take the time to visit new places we've always wanted to check out (but didn't have the time to go). Our second stop of the day was Eataly (clever name, right?), the city's ultimate destination for food lovers to shop, taste and savor everything Italian. The 50,000 square-feet paradise houses several restaurants, a year-round rooftop beer garden, a cooking school and a retail market offering 700 exclusively Italian wines, 400 diverse varieties of regional Italian cheeses, the best fresh and dry pasta, fresh produce and many, many, many more yummy Italian delicacies. So if you're planning to pay this city a visit, I highly recommend putting Eataly on top of your list of places to go to. Or if you're a local, this is one of the new hits in town where to enjoy some great Italian delights. Of course, after having a wonderful lunch in La Pizza & Pasta restaurant, I couldn't stop myself and bought a divine Panettone and an exquisite Burrata cheese. Simply delish! Here is a mouth-watering sneak peek... Enjoy.

 

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Reader Comments (4)

I work a couple blocks from Eataly, and I'm there all the time. Your pix are gorgeous, but I think it's impossible to capture what the place is like.
Feb 27, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterRebecca
Now I am hungry and looking forward even more to our next visit to NYC!!! Can't wait to discover all those new places and some more :)
Feb 27, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterKiki
The place looks awesome. The Designerpad pictures are fabulous too. Love it, good advice guys.
Feb 28, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterCarole
How fantastic! This place looks like an incredible stop while in New York City. And your photos are incredible as well.
Apr 22, 2011 | Unregistered CommentereCollegeFinder

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