Experiencing Eataly (Boston)

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 Boston is located in the Prudential Center on 800 Boylston St.

Eataly Boston is located in the Prudential Center on 800 Boylston St.

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You can also LEARN how to make delicious Italian meals here!

You can also LEARN how to make delicious Italian meals here!

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!

Photos by me. (For any photography usage elsewhere, please give full credits and link back.)

Disclaimer: All thoughts and opinions are my own and I was not compensated to write this post.

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