Pizza is pizza, right? Not so fast. If you've ever visited Italy (or Eataly for that matter!), you might have noticed that there are many different types of Italian pizza, from la pizza Napoletana to la pizza Romana. Just like America has New York-style pizza, Chicago-style deep dish pizza, and so on, so do we have many different varieties in Italy...

Vino lovers, mark your calendars! On May 25, we're making your wine dreams come true with a variety of wine events during our first-ever Vino Day. From market offers to complimentary tastings and classes, read on to learn what you can expect during our wine extravaganza. Starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 25, you can shop our entire wine shop — fe...

Eataly at Park MGM is setting up retail and industry group discounts through 2019, a spokesperson said Monday. The Italian emporium will give a 10% discount on retail, non-menu items in the marketplace, wine shop and Cucina del Mercato for the rest of the year, according to a statement. It's also offering discounts to hospitality industry groups th...

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of our cooking school, La Scuola? We have a dedicated team of passionate chefs and event managers who help make the magic of our classes and events a reality. Get to know our Eataly Chicago Scuola team below!  Jo Medina (La Scuola Chef). What do you do for La Scuola? It's a team effort, so I wor...

Good news for people who love Italian food: Eataly Dallas has formed an LLC, so it’s safe to say that we can expect that they will be landing in our fair, pasta-obsessed city soon. If you’re not familiar, it’s the behemoth that first touched down in New York (near Madison Square Park) in 2010. That was the doing of Lydia and Joe Bastianich (and, fo...

Have you ever wondered why some olive oils are labeled "extra virgin" and others are not? While this designation may seem small, there is a world of difference between non-extra virgin olive oil and those with extra virgin status. Extra virgin olive oil is the highest grade of olive oil you can get. To be considered “extra virgin,” European law sti...

All eyes are on sustainability at Eataly’s newest restaurant: La Pescheria, a seafood kitchen and bar serving consciously-sourced produce. Opening on Friday, the “fishmonger’s kitchen” will be a full-service restaurant helmed by chef Sam De Los Santos, who has connected with Boston-area purveyors dedicated to sustainable fishing — Island Creek Oyst...

Boston, prepare to embark upon a compelling maritime journey at the launch of our newest restaurant: La Pescheria. Join us for the launch on April 26, and come back soon for the menu! OUR MISSION La Pescheria’s concept revolves around relationships. With every single dish, we hope to illustrate four powerful connections we have with the sea: 1. Ita...

Entering Eataly, the perfume of freshly baked bread, cured meat and aged cheese hits hard. It draws you into the busy warmth of the Italian marketplace, where you could spend a few blissful months grazing. But inhale deeper and a heady blend of smoke and sizzling fat will lead you to Eataly’s jewel of a butcher’s restaurant: Manzo. That’s Italian f...

How do you say "work of art" in Italian? Answer: prosciutto! From April 1 to 14, we're celebrating all things prosciutto crudo (yes, there will be special offers, too!). Read on to find all the prosciutto activities planned at Eataly Chicago. WHAT IS PROSCIUTTO? Prosciutto, meaning "ham" in Italian, is cured pork leg. To make good prosciutto, you n...