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Eataly NYC Flatiron

Recommandé par 352 habitants · Prix estimé 2 sur 4 ·
À propos de ce logement
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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Conseils des habitants

Paresh
Paresh
October 27, 2015
Great place to shop for food and eat fresh Italian - meat, fish, pasta..on an on.
Michelle
Michelle
November 17, 2015
Many specialty restaurants under on roof truly something to see.
Victoria
Victoria
November 21, 2019
Best pasta, pizza and ingredients for a home cooked meal!
Emmanuelle
Emmanuelle
August 5, 2014
Supermarché italien de luxe, son comptoir glaces et ses patisseries, ses produits frais, la pause dejeuner sur le pouce (plateau charcuterie, fromages et un verre de vin)
Kendra
Kendra
December 3, 2019
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.
Christopher
Christopher
October 22, 2015
Italian market with fresh pasta, and cool little restaurants.
Christina
Christina
October 24, 2015
amazing market with great pasta, fish, and vegetarian restaurants inside.
Catherine
Catherine
February 10, 2020
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!
Stephanie
Stephanie
November 26, 2019
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.
Robin & Bob
Robin & Bob
October 9, 2015
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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200 5th Avenue
Manhattan, NY 10010
Téléphone+1 212-229-2560
Site webeataly.com
Réservations
Oui
Cartes de crédit
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)
Places assises à l'extérieur
Oui
Wifi
Free
Boissons
Beer, vin
Possibilités de restauration
Plats à emporter, pas de livraison
Parking
Street
Toilettes
Oui
Accessible aux personnes à mobilité réduite
Oui
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