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Il Patio di Eataly

Il Patio di Eataly

Il Patio di Eataly is closed for the season. Stay tuned for our winter-themed outdoor dining experience at Baita this December!

Just like dining in an Italian piazza, enjoy your favorite Eataly dishes outdoors at Il Patio di Eataly! Our chefs have put together a curated menu of pizza napoletana and authentic pasta di Gragnano IGP, plus a new selection of secondi (or main dishes) to celebrate the flavors of Italian autumn. Join us for outdoor dining in the Flatiron district on 5th Avenue.


Il Patio di Eataly is currently closed.


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When you dine with us, 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: capacity limits, limited contact with our team, hand sanitizing stations, spaced-out tables, and fully sanitized tables and utensils between guest seatings.

During your time with us, 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.


Outdoor dining patio at Eataly Flatiron NYC


This season, choose your favorite pasta or pizza napoletana and dine like you're in an Italian piazza! Our new fall menu brings the best of La Pizza & La Pasta outdoors, with authentic, fluffy pizza options and perfectly al dente pasta di Gragnano.

Our chefs have also rolled up their sleeves to prepare an entirely new menu of secondi, or main courses. Whether it's a perfectly cooked Cotoletta alla Milanese, made with crispy Cascun Farms chicken breast, savory Pollo alla Cacciatora, or a selection of our own housemade polpette, treat yourself to dinner the Italian way – start with a primo, savor your secondo and sides, and indulge in a sweet dolce to finish.

And to drink? Start off with signature cocktails, and sparkling mocktails, like the iconic Aperol Spritz – the original recipe dates back to Veneto in the 1800s, when visitors from the Hapsburg Empire would lighten strong Italian wine from local taverns with a splash of water. Then warm up with a wide selection of Italiano vino by the glass and by the bottle.

Ti aspettiamo!