Eataly is an eating, browsing, shopping, and indulging mecca in the heart of the Flatiron District, filling 50,000+ square feet with Italian products, local farm goods, and mini-eateries with delectable fish, pasta, vegetables, meat, panini, espresso, gelati, and more. In celebration of Honey Week, Eataly tours Italy, as seen through the eyes of the honeybee, featuring a smattering of tastings and in-store displays, including:
• Special "Formaggio & Miele" plate offered in La Piazza ($17 per serving)
• Wine-cheese-honey pairing at Eccellenze, featuring Bastianich "Vespa" Bianco or Rosso, Parmigiano Reggiano, as well as various honeys throughout the week ($12 per serving)
• Displays of Italian honeys, Marina Marchese's The Honey Connoisseur book, and a handful of craft beers featuring honey as an ingredient
— About Eataly —
Created by Oscar Farinetti, Eataly is the largest artisanal Italian food and wine marketplace in the world. From the opening of the first location in Turin in 2007, Eataly’s philosophy — "Shop, Eat, and Learn" — has spread to the rest of the world: New York City, Chicago, Istanbul, Japan, Dubai. The marketplace offers a place where it is possible to purchase high-quality food and drink at accessible prices.