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  • Restaurant Fest at Eataly Boston

    Get ready, Boston – our signature dining event is back! From October 15 - 31, 2021, you can enjoy two-course lunch and dinner menus starting at $25 at all of our Eataly Boston restaurants. Continue reading

  • A Menu Fit for a Marathon

    Whether you're running or supporting during the iconic Boston Marathon, find the best fuel at Eataly Boston all weekend long!
  • Il Patio di Eataly

    Ready to visit an Italian piazza escape? Soak up the sun at Il Patio di Eataly: Boston's Summertime Piazza. Our outdoor restaurant in Boston is now open (dependent on weather) for Neapolitan-style pizzas, classic pasta dishes, seasonal salads, aperitivo plates, refreshing cocktails, and regional Italian vino.

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  • Wine & Cheese Fest: Flavors of Fall

    Ditch the winter blues with a grand tasting of local and Italian favorites at Eataly Spring Food & Wine Festa on April 23!
  • Tomato Festa at Eataly Boston

    From August 19-29 at Eataly Boston, we're embracing all things tomatoes with market offers, menu specials, and in-store tasting events.
  • Experience Summer in Italian at Eataly Boston

    During the dog days of summer, Italians take the path of least resistance in the kitchen. A slice of ripe melon wrapped in salty prosciutto crudo. Garden tomatoes with a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of salt. Why turn on the oven if you don’t have to? Learn how to summer like an Italian at Eataly with special salumi bundles, summery house-made pastas, and the season’s best produce from August 2 to 29.

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  • Stone Fruit Festa at Eataly Boston

    It's summertime, amici, and with the arrival of warmer weather also comes some of our favorite seasonal produce: stone fruit! Join us from July 12 to July 18 for Stone Fruit Festa at Eataly! We'll be highlighting all of this season's most delectable stone fruit: from yellow and white peaches and nectarines to plums, apricots, cherries, and more!  Continue reading

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