At Eataly, we want to challenge the idea that quality products are accessible only to a select few. Good eating and shopping are not limited to connoisseurs; it is an agricultural act we all have the right, “diritto” in Italian, to enjoy. We believe that we’re in this together: what you choose every day determines what we’ll stock on our shelves over time. When you demand quality products, you support the local farmers, fishermen, butchers, bakers, and cheesemakers who produce them and create a better environment — for eating and beyond.

  • Eataly Vino

    With over 1,200 labels, our wines and spirits span a vast selection of Italian excellence, from producers such as Fontanafredda, Borgogno, and Bastianich.
  • Salumi & Formaggi

    Italy has a longstanding relationship with salumi and formaggi, or cured meats and cheeses. At Eataly, we showcase this passion by featuring both traditional varieties from Italy and inspired selections from the American school. Continue reading

  • Mozzarella

    Every day, Eataly makes fresh mozzarella, burrata, and stracciatella by hand right in front of our guests. Visit our mozzarella lab to see the action, enjoy the same fresh cheese in our restaurants, and then take some home with you! Continue reading

  • Bakery

    Every day, Eataly's bakery produces freshly-baked bread with our wood-burning oven, mother yeast from Italy, and fresh local flour.  Continue reading

  • Seafood

    Just like Nando Fiorentini, our pescivendolo (fishmonger) in Torino, the fishmongers at Eataly Chicago do not sleep until they find the freshest fish of the highest quality. As a result, our seafood is exceptional and never frozen.  Continue reading

  • Produce

    Our produce section features locally-grown and seasonal fruits and vegetables, in addition to unique items hard to find anywhere else. Continue reading

  • Butcher Counter

    At Eataly, we source our meat from clean, sustainable farms and ranches where the animals graze daily in open pastures and are humanely handled. Continue reading

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