The Italy-America Chamber of Commerce South Central is pleased to share the news that the popular Italian market and food pavilion Eataly has opened a new location in Dallas, the company’s first in Texas.
The new 46,000-square-feet space includes food shops and restaurants offering authentic Italian food products and dishes. It also includes a wine shop with a wide selection of top bottles.
When it first opened in Italy in 2007, it changed the way people all over the world would shop for and enjoy Italian cookery. It’s much more than a typical food hall: It actually recreates an Italian cityscape where visitors pass by a fish monger, a butcher, a produce shop, and a classic Italian café on their way to sit down in a pizzeria, seafood bar, or pasta restaurant. From the outset, guests loved the way it made them feel like they were in a small Italian town — even Italians in Italy!
In 2010, Eataly opened its first location in New York City. Its resounding success and reception led to locations across the U.S.
Dallas now joins New York, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas as cities with an Eataly.
The Dallas Morning News called it “one of the most significant local food moments of 2020.”
And not only does Eataly carry often hard-to-get authentic Italian food products but it also offers a wide variety of food seminars, cooking classes, and wine tastings.
The IACC couldn’t be more thrilled that there is now an Eataly in Texas!
For more information, visit the Eataly Dallas website here.
Photo by IACC member Franco Eleuteri.