Three stories of wine, cheese and hard-to-find ingredients imported from Italy to LA...

Eataly, Los Angeles

Eataly was a hotly anticipated arrival on the LA food scene. Opening in November 2017, it’s a gourmet’s dream. There’s over 1,300 different beer, wine, and liquor labels spread across 1,500 square feet, seasonal fruits and vegetables carefully sourced from local farms plus unique items that are hard to find in a conventional supermarkets. It’s a  market/food hall concept that’s already proved popular in New York, Chicago and Boston, Tokyo, Istanbul- the main difference in LA? The new roof garden (opening on March 29th) with botanical cocktails and an open-fire Italian grill. Perfect for sips on a spring evening, stop by the Pizza alla Pala counter en route and order the ultimate Roman-style pizza, the Cacio e Pepe!

Fast Facts

BEST BITS: The housemade mozzarella from our Bianca counter, heaven-on-earth.
DON’T MISS: The instore cooking classes, which sell out well in advance.



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