If you are at the 9/11 Memorial in New York City and are looking for a place to reflect on the impressions you’ve had, or you just need a good meal, then EATALY in the World Trade Center Tower is perfect. From here you’ll have a nice view of the 9/11 Memorial and One World Trade Center.
Headquartered in Turin, the EATALY chain is enjoying worldwide success. In 2010, the first branch opened at the Flatiron Building and Madison Square Park and immediately attracted many foodies.The second branch of Eataly is located at the 9/11 Memorial.
Bella Italia at the One World Observatory
All the products here are presented in an attractive market atmosphere. You can buy delicious Italian delicacies and watch the employees making pasta and baked goods.
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Those who want to learn Italian cooking can learn from a local master chef in the EATALY: Italian cooking classes. EATALY also offers many foods from small, regional producers, sharing the individual stories of the personalities behind the products. You can really spend hours walking through the aisles looking at everything.
Impressions of the authentic food (and wine!)
Pizza & Pasta With a View
The food at EATALY is authentic and delicious: the pizza is baked in real charcoal ovens, the pasta is homemade and freshly prepared, and even the appetizers remind me of great Italian vacations. Be sure to try the burrata with olives—it’s melt-in-your-mouth goodness.
The wine selection is huge, and for being so close to one of the city’s most visited landmarks, the food market is also relatively inexpensive. Get a seat at the front window for a great view of One World Trade Center and Lower Manhattan.