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Eataly is about eating Italian food, living the Italian way. Our goal is to demonstrate that high-quality Italian food and drink are at hand. Eataly’s first store was opened in Turin in 2007. Our goal is to introduce a new way of distributing high quality agricultural products, inspired by…
If you want to know EVERYTHING about italian cuisine and italian products - come here and try not to become crazy about the quantity of specialities from all the reagions of Italy! Thousands of wine types, hundreds types of oil, pasta, dough, vegetables, herbs, meet, fish and seafood! Fresh, boiled,…
Eataly is about eating Italian food, living the Italian way. It's the largest place in the world dedicated to high quality Italian food & wine: 4 floors and 160.000 square feet space 23 restaurants and other eating areas 8 classrooms for cooking classes and professional courses.
Italian Food/shopping center: perfect place a supermarket gourmet with many restaurants inside!
Best food retail store with all Italian excellences. Restaurants are also available within the premises.
If you have to buy a really good food italian products, you have to go here.
the biggest italian shopping mall of food. you will find everything. absolutely everything. is worth if you are interested in tasting, buying, knowing italian food. for food lovers.
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