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Il Patio di Eataly

Il Patio di Eataly

Ci dispiace, amici – Il Patio di Eataly is closed for the season! Keep checking back to join us when the weather gets a little warmer.

HOURS & LOCATION

Currently closed

MENU

Food and Beverage Menu

DINE SAFELY WITH EATALY

When you dine with us, we promise we'll follow CDC protocol and do all we can to ensure the safety of you and our team. We are taking the following safety measures: capacity limits, limited contact with our team, hand sanitizing stations, spaced-out tables, and fully sanitized tables and utensils between guest seatings.

During your time with us, we ask that you sanitize your hands, sneeze or cough into your elbow, and wear your mask before and after your meal. We also strongly recommend using cashless payment, using your credit card.

SAFE DINING MANIFESTO

ravioli and fall dishes at Eataly Chicago

SEASONAL DISHES AL FRESCO

During the fall, Italians celebrate the harvest and the seasonal ingredients it brings, from perfectly ripe grapes to squash, mushrooms, and more. Warm up with a classic Tuscan stew of Ribollita, made with cannellini beans, housemade bread, and seasonal vegetables, or go for a hearty salad of Cavolo Nero, or Tuscan kale served with roasted butternut squash, Pecorino Romano, and toasted pumpkin seeds.

Ribollita, Kale, Prosciutto at Eataly Chicago

Then, transport yourself to an Italian piazza with dishes like Pappardelle ai Funghi, made with housemade pappardelle, mixed mushrooms, rosemary, and Pecorino Romano Zerto. In the mood for a secondo? Try the Tagliata di Manzo, made with Porcini-rubbed Snake River Farms American wagyu steak, shaved Brussels sprouts, Villa Manodori aceto balsamico, and Grana Padano DOP. Of course, we wouldn't leave you without your choice of perfectly charred pizza napoletana like the iconic Margherita Verace TSG, made with San Marzano tomato DOP, mozzarella di bufala, extra virgin olive oil, and basil. 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.

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