December 13, 2011
Posted by: Gina Gagliano
Categories: Food and Drink

Eataly

(photo ganked from here)

For those of you who don't live across the street from Eataly (as we do), it is a combination grocery store-restaurant, and yes, that's exactly as complicated as it sounds.  Eataly is a grocery store with different little restaurant-lets inside where you can eat dessert, pizza, vegetables, meat, etc.  That makes navigating it a bit of a challenge, but it's worth it to get the fresh pasta.

However!  As fresh pasta does not make an excellent snack, today I recommend to you the bread.  Eataly offers an entire bread counter, with at least ten different types of fresh bread every day — and different types for different days.  My favorite so far?  The black olive baguettes, best eaten with Eataly's green olive tapenade. 

2 Comments on “ Flatiron Snacks: Eataly ”

  • janna | December 14th, 2011 11:13 am

    after seeing you yesterday, Gina, i walked past Eataly and gazed inside the windows. i thought about going inside to take a meander around, but i knew that if i entered those doors i wouldn’t be back out for at least an hour. so, with great regret, i soldiered on to Penn Station without stopping.

  • custom essays | December 15th, 2011 9:56 am

    I hope that Eataly can also branch out in different countries so other people can taste the goodness of it! :)

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