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Location, Location, Location: Eataly Opens its Downtown Store

Natasha Lardera

Eataly NYC, the city's most renews Italian marketplace featuring quality culinary products from Italy’s many regions, is opening its second location in the heart of downtown: on...

Grana Padano PDO: Not Only Tasty, But Healthy

Mila Tenaglia

We met Doctor Crippa at Eataly during the Grana Padano Cheese Health presentation in which he explained to us the research he has conducted over the last two years on this type of...

Eataly #2 Is Ready to Open

Bianca Soria

That’s right. A new branch of the chain store founded by Oscar Farinetti will be opening at the World Trade Center this summer. We went to speak to Nicola Farinetti, CEO for the...

Samantha Pugliese Named Winner of Eataly-IACE Photography Contest

B. S.

Celebrated food photographer Francesco Tonelli, in collaboration with Eataly and IACE, awarded Samantha Pugliese winner of this year’s Food in Focus IACE Photography Contest at...

Francesco Sapienza: When Photograph Means Happiness

Mila Tenaglia

We met with portraitist and photographer Francesco Sapienza, who told us about his experience as an artist in New York and about his belief that “it is not your duty to be...

Eataly's Sabbia: a Slice of the Mediterranean Sea in the Concrete Jungle

Natasha Lardera

Located on the rooftop of the beloved Flatiron location, Sabbia is a slice of the Mediterranean in the middle of the concrete Jungle, a place that comes complete with cabanas,...

Eataly’s New Rooftop Will Bring You to the Italian Riviera

M. T.

Think: cabanas, beach umbrellas and delicious coastal food and summer cocktails! Summer is coming to New York early with the launch of SABBIA, an Italian seaside restaurant on the...

Being Italian Versus Sounding Like One

Dino Borri

The business of using fraudulent names or images to evoke Italy has hit stratospheric numbers. Never before has the problem of “Italian sounding” been so, well, audible.

Dining Out Special: Northern Italian Cuisine in New York

VIncent Clark

If someone were to say there is no such thing as Italian cuisine--that instead there are Italian cuisines--they would be perfectly right. As in architecture and history, Italy’s...

Italia, Europe’s Rice Paddy

Dino Borri

Six out of ten people in the world subsist on rice; after wheat, it’s the most consumed grain, providing more than half the world’s population with over 50% of its calories....

“It’s All About Family and Italian Food”

Francine Segan

Recently I sat down with celebrity chef Lidia Bastianich for a long conversation that was produced and broadcast by i-ItalyTV. We talked about Lidia’s new book Mastering the...

Everything You Need to Know to Be a Great Italian Cook

Mila Tenaglia

Exclusive interview with Lidia Bastianich. From the Emmy-winning host of Lidia’s Kitchen, best-selling author, and beloved ambassador for Italian culinary traditions in America...

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