Do I take my camera (read: heavy and big) or take my computer (read: heavier and bigger)?
As evidenced by these iPhone photos, the Mac Book won.
Let’s see… Gather the most talented Italian chefs this side of the Atlantic Ocean, such as Mario Batali and Lidia Bastianich. Rally Lidia’s son Joe who knows a thing or two about wine and lifestyle, embrace the concepts of Slow Food and have a killer Midtown Manhattan location.
Shop for ingredients to take home or choose ingredients to have prepared for you. Sit down to a big plate of Pansotti di Ricotta e Spinaci. Sold fresh-to-go in the photo above; prepared-to-order bottom of post.
Stand, sip, sample and people watch at La Piazza. Above, the Grande Piatto Misto Di Salumi & Formaggi. An assortment of the best cheese and salumi of Eataly.
Stock up on Olive Oil.
Satisfy. Le Cucine di Eataly; La Pasta.
I perused all that Eataly has to offer. Or so I thought.
Apparently there is a BEER GARDEN on the roof. Doh! Next time!
Eataly is located in the Flatiron District at 200 5th AVENUE with entrances on 5th Avenue and 23rd Street.
The Flatiron Building (left) is just outside at 175 Fifth Avenue, New York City. This photo was taken at night, on a separate excursion.
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