BAITA is Eataly's Italian Alps pop-up restaurant on the 14th floor. Enclosed by a retractable roof and dotted with heaters, the cozy year-round space offers a view of the city skyline with a hearty taste of northern Italy, from hearty beef shanks to New York's first polenta bar.
BAITA <bye-tah> is the Piemontese word for a small ski lodge in the Italian Alps. Made of wooden walls topped with a stone-slab roof, this cozy dwelling is the ideal place to escape the elements after an exhilarating day outdoors, while enjoying simple food and drink, such as rustic polenta, housemade sausage, and mulled wine.
High above the slopes of Fifth Avenue, BAITA offers a warm retreat for anyone trekking about New York City. We might have replaced the stone slab and nearby hills of grazing sheep with a retractable glass roof and views of the neighboring Flatiron building, but BAITA'S food and drink will make you feel like you're in the Italian Alps, right in the middle of Manhattan.
Reserve your table here, or call 212.937.8910.
MENUS & HOURS
11:30 a.m.-11 p.m.
BOOK YOUR PRIVATE CABIN
This winter, enjoy a private party in a cozy Alpine cabin on a New York City rooftop! Book your private cabin, and experience a full family-style menu featuring Barolo-braised beef shank, in addition to northern Italian antipasti and sides. See the full menu.
PRIVATE DINING & EVENTS
In addition to the private cabin option above, seated group reservations are available at BAITA for 11 to 30 guests with a family-style, prix-fixe menu are available for up to 30 or up to 60 guests. Reservations can be booked as far as 90 days in advance, up to two weeks prior to the date of the event. View our group dining options and menu here.
Yes, this once was La Birreria, our rooftop beer restaurant, then SABBIA, our Italian seaside pop-up. We promise you're not going crazy — and hope that you enjoy our cozy winter pop-up, which features new delicious dishes paired with the same cask ales brewed onsite, just steps away from the restaurant.