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Il Pastaio di Eataly

Il Pastaio di Eataly

In accordance with the latest directions and protocols from the CDC and the government, Il Pastaio is currently closed until further notice.

However, Eataly c’è – we’re here for you, and our Market remains open for business, following all protocol from the CDC and government, on top of taking extra measures to assure social distancing and sanitation for the health and safety of our customers, employees, and community as a whole. 

If you decide to stay home, you can also order online with Instacart or on You, our community, are l’anima – the soul – of Eataly, and what drives us every day to offer you ways to eat better and live better. Stay safe and healthy, New York, and we look forward to sharing our table with you again soon!


Pasta Menu
Wine & Beer Menu


Il Pastaio is not open at this time.

Explore some of the greatest generational secrets of the Italian culinary world at Il Pastaio di Eataly, a fresh pasta bar. Meaning "pasta maker," Il Pastaio offers fresh, housemade pasta by the bowlful, prepared daily by Eataly's very own pastai who knead, roll, cut and form each shape from scratch according to artisanal pasta-making traditions. Savor a variety of Eataly's regional Italian pastas, from the slow-roasted veal-filled agnolotti del plin of Piemonte to the saffron-enriched malloreddus of Sardegna, paired with a unique selection of Italian wine and beer by the glass.

Tables are available on a first-come, first-served basis; we do not accept reservations. 


Stuffed fresh pasta at Eataly NYC


In celebration of Il Pastaio's first anniversary, we're going even deeper into the art of pasta, from ingredients to technique and beyond. Throughout the next year, Il Pastaio will be exploring a different pasta style, technique, and history every season.

This March, feast on slicofi, a filled pasta from Friuli Venezia Giulia, in particular the San Daniele area (yes – the same San Daniele of prosciutto fame!). Also known as gnocchi di Idria, this stuffed pasta is a hybrid of cultures, spanning the Carso plateau across Friuli Venezia Giulia and into Slovenia. As a result, you'll find slicofi on menus across the border, stuffed with local herbs and fillings.

Get a taste of our slicofi this month only, stuffed with potato, prosciutto cotto, Grana Padano DOP and herbs and served with burro, grattugiato ed erbe (Beppino Ocelli butter, breadcrumbs, and herbs) or a savory sauce of mostarda e prezzemolo (whole grain mustard sauce and parsley).


Our semolina flour is certified organic and is produced by Molino Grassi, an Italian mill founded in Emilia-Romagna in 1934. Our soft grano tenero flour comes from Molino Pasini, a third-generation miller located in Lombardia.

In order to achieve a rich flavor and golden color in our fresh pasta, we use naturally-fertilized eggs from Chino Valley Ranchers, a third-generation egg farm located in California. After testing out different eggs, we found that Chino Valley eggs offer a brighter, redder yolk more akin to the eggs used to make fresh pasta in Italy.

For every shape, there is the perfect sauce! All of our sauces are created in-house, with recipes developed by Eataly's chefs together with our head pastaio, Luca Donofrio. We use both high-quality ingredients imported from small producers in Italy and fresh, seasonal ingredients sourced from U.S. based farms and producers.


The secret to Eataly's pasta-making technique? Small hands and big hearts! Trained by Eataly NYC Flatiron's head pasta maker, Luca Donofrio, our team of pasta makers mix, knead, roll, cut and form each pasta shape from scratch following artisanal Italian methods. We also use pasta machines with bronze die attachments to extrude certain shapes. Each bronze die offers a perforated filter giving each pasta shape a rough, porous texture. The result? Pasta that absorbs the sauce more easily and unique mouthfeel.



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