The countdown is finally ending! Eataly Boston opens its doors to us Bostonians on Nov 29th at 4PM. Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to tour around the new space led by Nicola Farinetti (CEO) and Mario Batali (partner), both emphasizing how this Eataly is truly unique: apart from its layout being different, it's also filled with familiar faces like locally sourced produce, dairy, and various ingredients like oysters from Island Creek. Here's a sneak peak of what you can expect in their spacious 3-story Italian food playground.
Eataly isn't just an Italian supermarket. It aims to be a place where we can EAT, SHOP, and LEARN. We will soon be able to come by for a bite, wander around the 45,000 square feet with a glass of wine in hand, and bring home the knowledge and quality ingredients to cook an authentic Italian meal in our homes.
I had a great time experiencing Eataly and will definitely be stopping by again soon once it is in its full swing. Again, doors open Nov 29th at 4PM and I hear that the first 100 lucky ones in line will receive a complimentary glass of wine!
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