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History of Eataly
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Eataly in Italy
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History of Eataly
• Founded by entrepreneur Oscar Farinetti, who is sponsored by Slow Food.
• First location opened in Torino, Piemonte in 2007.
• Torino is the birth place of the Slow Food Movement
• The Slow Food organization is a consultant for Eataly.
• Showcases regional and locally produced items.
• Combines professional restaurants, high-quality products and extensive, accessible education.
• Clear information is posted throughout the store explaining the origins and use of the products.
• Customers can attend an array of cooking classes given by the store's expert staff or guest chefs.
• “Eatinerario” (itinerary in a box), a travel adventure that can take you to the different areas in the region where the products sold at Eataly are produced.
Eataly in New York
• Opened August 31 2010
• Owned by a partnership including Mario Batali, Lidia Bastianich and Joe Bastianich.
• It is over 50,000 square feet (4,600 m2) in size, and opened with a large amount of press coverage
• Eataly has seven eateries offering pizza, pasta, meat, fish, vegetables, panini, gelato, pastries and coffee, plus a newly-opened rooftop beer garden, Birreria
Eataly in Japan
Eataly in Chicago
Four locations now in Japan
New Location Opening Mid-November
Eataly is a local market chain that was founded in Turin, Italy in 2007. This large Italian market provides New Yorkers authentic artisan products from small and vendors in Italy. It also showcases local produce and meats produced in authentic Italian fashion.