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Pizzata! at Eataly Chicago

Pizzata! at Eataly Chicago

Few things go together better than Chicago and pizza: experience the best of both at Eataly Chicago’s new pizza series, Pizzata!

Wait, what's a pizzata? A pizzata is a traditional pizza party in Italy. Whether you're celebrating the team's win after a game of soccer or a hosting a family get-together, it's an excuse to spend time with good people over even better pizza (and wine!).

Every month, we’re throwing a traditional Italian-style pizza party with pizza, wine, beer, and very special guests in La Pizza & La Pasta on our second floor — and you're invited! Taste simple, authentic Neapolitan pizzas inspired by our special guests, learn about the origins and high-quality ingredients that make the traditional Italian-style pizza.


Thursday, April 25: Alpana Singh, master sommelier and host of WTTW's "Check, Please!"

Thursday, May 30: Whitney Reynolds, host of The Whitney Reynolds Show

Monday, June 24: Anthony Cristiano, Hairstylist

Thursday, July 11: David Whitaker, CEO of Choose Chicago

More coming soon!


On Thursday, May 30, Whitney Reynolds, Emmy-nominated host of The Whitney Reynolds Show on PBS, is hosting her very own Pizzata! in La Pizza & La Pasta.

From 6-8 p.m., meet Whitney and get a taste of her featured signature pizza, Ins-PIE-ration (mozzarella di bufala, mushrooms, red onions, spicy salami, and arugula) for $18. Pair it with a glass of wine for a truly Italian experience!

The best part? $5 from every featured pizza sold on Thursday, May 30, will be donated to the Illinois Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), an organization dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. Established in 1987, AFSP is a voluntary health organization that gives those affected by suicide a nationwide community empowered by research, education and advocacy to take action against this leading cause of death.