At Eataly, we believe that gelato and sorbetto complement any season and any time of day. Every day, our team makes small batches of these frozen treats using only the highest quality ingredients, including whole milk from New York dairies, pistachios from Sicilia, hazelnuts from Piemonte, and choice Venchi chocolates from Torino.
Discover the story of our gelato along with how to assemble a gelato sundae featuring toppings from Fabbri 1905 at our complimentary tasting and class at Foodiversità, our free "food university" on February 23 at 1 and 6 p.m. with our Education Manager Ryan Gormley.
Foodiversità is located in the scenic northwest corner of the market, overlooking 1 World Trade Center. No registration is necessary; seating is first come, first served.
More information about Italia del Gusto:
Italia del Gusto is a consortium of more than 30 Italian producers who share our value: bring the best of Italy to the world. From pasta to prosciutto to Prosecco, each high-quality product offers a taste of regional Italian tradition. The producers are both small-scale and well-known (who hasn't enjoyed a bowl of Barilla penne?), giving the family-run companies a chance to share their local culinary heritage, artisanal skills, and flavors with new audiences. Read more on Eataly Magazine.
More information about Fabbri:
Gennaro Fabbri gave the first blue and white jar in Fabbri’s history to his wife, Rachele, as a sign of his love and his appreciation for having created her amarena-cherry recipe. But little did he know that that one small gesture would have given the world the joy of such a unique flavor for many generations to come. Since 1905, Fabbri 1905 is committed to promoting desserts made in Italy throughout the world.