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  • The Italian Way. Fred Plotkin @ Eataly NYC
    Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    (August 28, 2013)
    If you were born on August 31st, you share your birthday with Eataly New York! On September 6th, Eataly will host a real Food & Wine feast to celebrate its birthday... and yours! During the birthday celebrations, stop in show a valid ID proving you share a birthday with Eataly and they will have a present for you!
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    iwona adamczyk(August 24, 2013)
    Eataly solves one more of our yearly problems... Not sure what to get as gifts for your boss, friends or coworkers? Check out the newly introduces Eataly gift boxes. There is something for everyone, from the sweets lover to wine enthusiast.
  • It took Gruppo Parmacotto five years for to get the approval of the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to import Prosciutto Toscano PDO to the USA. This legendary cured meat hailing from Tuscany is not as sweet as Prosciutto di Parma but is very savory. It can be enjoyed alone or together with fresh fruit, such as melon and figs, or vegetables and seasonal salads.
  • The City of Torino, the Torino Chamber of Commerce Industry Craft and Agriculture, Torino's Tourist Board, Enit, the Italian Trade Commission, The Italian Consulate in New York and the Italian Cultural Institute have come together to promote in New York one of Italy's most influential cities. A city with an eye to the future and strong roots in the past.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Iwona Adamczyk(November 22, 2012)
    New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg proclaims the month of November as "I love Umbria Month." Eataly’s Scuola Grande announces four weeks of events to take place all over the city.
  • The mega Italian wonderland on Fifth Avenue celebrates its second successful year with lots of products on sale but also a special event: a dine-around in all its restaurants featuring food prepared by 1 chefs from 9 restaurants of the Batali-Bastianich group.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Iwona Adamczyk(May 28, 2012)
    Perugina School of Chocolate in collaboration with Eataly's Scuola Grande gives an opportunity to become an "Artista del Gusto" without having to travel to Italy. First classes were held this past Mother's Day and were a great success and loads of fun!

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