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Eataly Kiosk in Flatiron Plaza

Eataly Kiosk in Flatiron Plaza

If you've ever wandered around outside Eataly NYC Flatiron, you may have noticed several kiosks offering food and beverage to those passing by in the area. Located on the North Public Plaza across the street from our flagship store at 23rd and Fifth Avenue, Eataly Kiosk in Flatiron Plaza highlights regional Pizza al Padellino, a new summer beverage menu, and artisanal gelato. Plus, check out the Kiosk design by renowned Italian artist Olimpia Zagnoli.

MENU & HOURS

Monday - Sunday
11 a.m.-7 p.m.

Food and Gelato Menu

DINE SAFELY WITH EATALY

When you dine with us at the Eataly Kiosk in Flatiron Plaza, 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: clear signage and flow to ensure social distancing, limited contact with our team, and more.

During your time at the Kiosk, 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 smartphone or credit card.

READ OUR SAFE DINING MANIFESTO

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GELATO SEASON IS BACK! 

When the warmer months start taking over the city there is only one way to enjoy the outdoors: with a view of the iconic Flatiron building and a cup of Eataly gelato! Eataly gelato is made in-house daily in small batches using local, pasteurized whole milk from Hudson Valley Dairy, churned together with the highest quality ingredients, like pistachios from Sicilia and hazelnuts from Piemonte.

New on the kiosk menu this season are Apertitivo-inspired sorbetto flavors! Our pastry team created two new sorbetto flavors infused with some of Italy's most iconic drinks, Aperol and Limoncello. For when the weather calls for icy treats and the time calls for aperitivo, get a scoop or two of the Aperol Sorbetto or Limoncello Sorbetto.

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GET A TASTE OF PIZZA AL PADELLINO

We know New Yorkers love pizza, so we’ve decided to bring something extra special to our kiosk’s menu: Pizza al Padellino, a specialty of Torino, where Eataly was born in 2007.

Made with a blend of organic stone-milled and type 0 Mulino Marino flours, the dough is naturally leavened more than 24 hours, stretched directly onto a round padellino pan, and then topped with a selection of our freshest ingredients (think: a personal pizza with a crust that gets crunchy and golden on the bottom, but stays soft and chewy on top). Stop by to try our new delicious styles, from the classic Margherita to the new seasonal options like Rucola e Pomodorini.

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ALL THE WAYS TO SPRITZ

Looking to ramp up your outdoor happy hour? Our wine and spirits experts have designed an all-new beverage menu inspired by the flavors of Italian aperitivo. Enjoy sparkling aperitifs this season, from a bubbly take on a strawberry lemonade to a zesty ginger and carrot infusion, plus a curated selection of Italian wine and beer.

For those looking for something a little more refreshing, enjoy two frozen Spritz options made with our boozy sorbetto: Aperol Sorbetto Spritz and Limoncello Sorbetto Spritz. Get your fill of gelato with a splash of Prosecco, and cheers to the warm weather.

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OLIMPIA ZAGNOLI FOR EATALY KIOSK

"Pizza! Gelato! Ciao! New York! Four words that need no translation, wrapped around the Eataly kiosk in the shadow of the Flatiron Building, celebrating these magic ingredients of Italian cuisine and the city that hosts them. A pop homage to these two cultures, like a perfect hug between Alighiero Boetti and Barbara Stauffacher Solomon and her Supergraphics."  – Olimpia Zagnoli

Olimpia Zagnoli is a Milano-based artist who creates fresh, voluptuous forms in her own clean palette of brights and darks. After graduating from design school in Italy, she burst upon the New York media scene in 2008. Her work has appeared in (or on) the New York Times, the New Yorker, the New York subway system, the Guggenheim – and now this very kiosk. Read our interview with her on Eataly Magazine to discover the story behind her kiosk design.

Keep checking back for more updates and new menus to come. Ti aspettiamo!