Eataly

RHODE ISLAND 3. Box House Hotel, Brooklyn NY: You can't miss the Box House Hotel with its white and yellow 60's Checkered
"I'm a compulsive entrepreneur," said Joe Bastianich, "it's all I want to do all the time, so Restaurant Startup is the perfect show for me." In its third season and wrapping tonight with the season finale, Bastianich took some time to chat with me about his career on television and as both a highly successful restaurateur and investor.
It's time to pop the champagne and celebrate the new shopping landscape that is on the horizon in 2016.
Lidia Bastianich is renowned as one of television's most popular chefs, a restaurateur, and cookbook author. Today, she reflects on her journey, passion for food, and the expansion of her empire.
Let's continue walking... I walk by the fruit section. I love kaki. My friend in Milan asked if I knew what kaki was called
Instead of tying myself in knots over a few indulgences, I'll tie a few on.
All around the country, bustling high-end food halls are making it easy for foodies to both dine in and shop for unique retail and specialty foods all in one place. Nothing is mass-produced here -- think locally grown ingredients, fresh-pressed juices and handmade specialties.
Hanukkah is here, and it's just a few days left before Christmas --- you're running out of time to get this perfect gift, everybody! But there are still plenty of options to find that perfect item.
This is a boon for diners eager to taste the rich, aromatic shavings of this bulbous fungus on everything from filet mignon to french fries.
"MasterChef" host and restaurant owner Joe Bastianich gives the scoop on truffle oil.
On October 8th, an Italian contingent from Bologna descended upon New York's Union Square Market to announce the city's latest
Plain and simple, (or better yet, spread on basically anything), Americans love Nutella. There's no question about it, we've been spooning out this delicious treat for years...50 actually.
Gourmet Goodies Plaza Food Hall - 1 West 59th Street Need baked goods, chocolates, caviar, etc., with no time to run around
Mario Batali's renowned Italian superstore opened its second U.S. location on Monday: a sprawling, 62,000-square-foot multi
(Read Chicago Magazine's "What To Get At Eataly In Chicago This Fall") With skyrocketing rents and stiff competition from
An example of the challenges presented by such massive spaces cropped up in Chicago this week. In the beginning of January
Though you may likely want to shake your head at Eataly's bombastic presence in a city where traditional markets pepper every neighborhood, you are forgetting one thing: Eataly was never meant to be traditional.