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  • Nel Blu

    La bellezza salverà il mondo!” Beauty will save the world.

    So begins Nel Blu, Oscar Farinetti’s new book that hit the shelves this summer. As the founder of Eataly, Farinetti has dedicated his life to sharing the wealth of Italian food, wine, and culture with the world. This passion is evident in his book, which is, above all, about Italy's heritage of beauty. Continue reading

  • Bocce

    An ancient sport with roots in the Roman Empire, bocce is played with eight bocce (larger balls) and one pallino (smaller target ball). The object is simple: toss the balls closest to the pallino. Because of its versatility – enjoyable at virtually any age, athletic ability, and location – bocce has become the third most played sport in the world. Continue reading

  • Pizza Margherita

    This classic dish is named for the queen of Italy in honor of her 1889 visit to Napoli. With colorful toppings that pay homage to the Italian flag, the dish evokes all things Italia today. Continue reading

  • Niasca Portofino

    The Niasca Portofino project aims to convey the beauty of Portofino and its bountiful products by restoring local traditions and abandoned lands. Continue reading

  • All About Aceto

    Vinegar isn't just for salad dressing; it is a versatile condiment that varies in flavor and viscosity. From apple to balsamic, learn how to incorporate the many shades of aceto into your life!

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  • Wild Nettle Gnocchi

    Wild nettle, or ortica in Italian, is a favorite warm-weather ingredient in Italy. This gnocchi concentrates the earthy and nutty flavor of wild nettles into bite-size dumplings that need no more than a little melted butter as a sauce. Continue reading

  • The Biodiversity Behind Italian Food

    At Eataly, we believe that there is no such thing as “Italian food.” Each of Italy’s 20 regions boasts a unique cuisine that draws on the local biodiversity, traditions, and culture. Continue reading

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