Photos: An Early Look Inside Eataly Boston
Here’s what you’ll find when the Italian food complex opens its doors November 29.
It’s not open yet, but behind its drywalled Prudential Center entrance, Eataly Boston is already filled with food.
Chefs Mario Batali, Barbara Lynch, and other partners provided a sneak peek at the dizzying array of culinary delights—from Neapolitan-style pizza, to prime rib panino, to Island Creek oysters, to warm chocolate-hazelnut spread flowing from a spigot—the complex will offer when it officially opens on Tuesday, November 29. The seafood-themed location is the restaurant and grocery center’s fourth U.S. outpost.
Take a look inside, and start mapping out your first trip around the 45,000 square-foot Italian gastronomic temple now.
Eataly Boston, 800 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston, 617-236-3100, eataly.com.
Roman-style pizzas at the Bakery & Focacceria.
Eataly founder Oscar Farinetti selects a chip made with potatoes from Green Thumb Farms in Fryeburg, Maine.
Salumi i Formaggi.
New England seafood at Il Pesce.
Island Creek Oysters’ Crudo di Mare.
The La Pasta Fresca station.
A chef at La Pasta Fresca forms orecchiette.
Meats at La Macelleria.
The dining area at La Pizza e La Pasta.
Wines by the glass at La Enoteca.
Prime rib at La Roticceria.
Sweets by Venchi.
The pastry station.
Chocolate-hazelnut spread at Il Gelato.
Lavazza Coffee Shop on the ground floor of Eataly Boston.
Stocked shelves of dry pasta.
Soups at La Gastronomia.
Eataly Boston’s wine selection includes more than 1000 labels.
Eataly Boston chefs at La Pizza e La Pasta.
From left: Eataly Boston partners Adam Saper, Alex Saper, and Nicola Farinetti.