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  • Eataly is like a giant indoor farmer's market and grocery of the best of the best Italian foods, with food stations for eating.

    Maria Rodale: Eataly: Eat Awesome-ly

  • Eataly is drawing attention to individual producers with a specificity, completeness, and lack of dilution by house and industrial brands that no supermarket in the United States can match.

    The Supermarket of the Future

  • Eataly is an irresistible realization of every food-lover’s gluttonous fantasy, paired with guilt-cleansing social conscience — a new combination of grand food hall, farm stand, continuing - education university, and throbbing urban market.

    The Supermarket of the Future

  • Now Eataly is offering much of the Salone’s greedy excitement every day, leaving Slow Food to hope that international artisans and chefs will still attract crowds to its food fair — and that the take will still help subsidize Terra Madre, its hugely expensive new conference concurrent with the Salone, which brings together thousands of farmers and food producers from around the world, many of whom have never before left their villages.

    The Supermarket of the Future

  • For 2011, he is most excited about Eataly, which is now "open to talking about private parties," Governor's Island, the Lincoln and the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    An Award Party for Party Givers

  • In addition to Del Posto, Mr. Bastianich co-owns seven other Manhattan restaurants, a wine shop and a soon-to-be 32,000-square-foot artisanal Italian food market called Eataly at 200 Fifth Avenue.

    Who Knew Del Posto, Purveyor of Lardo, Was So Eco?

  • ; -) @Oakland Aaron and @forapizza, the name Eataly was not created specifically for the

    Slice

  • FLATIRON -- There will be craft beer served on a rooftop, but don't call Eataly's Birreria a beer garden, said partner Adam Saper at a sneak peek of the new space on Wednesday night.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • In January, in what had been a defunct vermouth factory in Turin, he opened a 30000-square-foot megastore called Eataly that combines elements of a bustling

    WN.com - Articles related to DTI favors zero tariffs on cement, wheat

  • In January, in what had been a defunct vermouth factory in Turin, he opened a 30000-square-foot megastore called Eataly that combines elements of a bustling European open market, a Whole-Foods-style supermarket, a high-end food court and a New Age learning center.

    WN.com - Business News

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  • Eataly is a slow food chain founded in Piemonte selling excellent regional (bio)food products in atmospheric stores that serve as eateries, as well.

    May 31, 2012