Books & Housewares

Books & Housewares

At Eataly, we believe that good food deserves good design, so we strive to offer you the best housewares and utensils to add that distinctive Italian touch. To do so, we have partnered with some of the best Italian housewares brands, bringing Italian flair to your kitchen counter and your table, too!

ALESSI

Good food deserves good design. Furnish your kitchen with Alessi’s beautiful and practical housewares. The beauty of the brand can be best summed up in their citrus squeezer, which was sketched by Philippe Starck on a pizzeria napkin during a seaside vacation in Italy.

BORMIOLI

Based in Italy, Bormioli Rocco uses the finest natural resources to create superior glass and plastic products for homes and businesses around the world. From the finest sand to organic glazes for the colors in the glass, all are brought together in products influenced by exhaustive design research. The results are beautiful and durable tableware, bottles, and jars to bring style to your table!

GUZZINI

Founded in 1912 by the Guzzini brothers, Guzzini has revolutionized the use of plastic by marrying it with more traditional materials, such as porcelain and acrylic.

ROSENTHAL

Eataly chose Rosenthal because they have been creating the highest quality cookware for nearly 80 years. Their stainless steel Italian-made cooking tools are perfect to fuel your passion for cooking!

BIALETTI 

Created in Italy, Bialetti is celebrated for their innovative coffee makers across the world. Their high-quality products bring simplicity, functionality, and beauty to the kitchen by using advanced technology and distinctive styling. The resulting products are simple to use and simply beautiful.

RIZZOLI

Eataly and Rizzoli, the most renowned Italian bookseller in New York, have collaborated to bring you a well-edited bookstore dedicated to food, wine, and Italy’s rich, culinary culture.

SMEG

SMEG was founded in 1948 by Vittorio Bertazzoni in Guastalla, Emilia-Romagna, drawing on his family trade as a blacksmith to design home appliances. Today — nearly 70 years later — the Bertazzoni family continues to design SMEG products, which are known for their 50s style and tasteful, elegant solutions to the demands of contemporary living.