Foodies both local and international have been flocking to the Flatiron District’s mega Italian emporium Eataly since it opened its doors in 2010. Gourmand pilgrims now have another delicious destination: Eataly NYC Downtown, which opened its doors mid-August. You’ll find many familiar Eataly features — some unique to this location — as well as five restaurants, nine take-away counters, two cafes, and one wine bar. Click through for our family-friendly guide to this sure to be hoppin’ hotspot!
Pane, Pane, Pane
The whole theme of Eataly Downtown is bread. And what kid doesn’t love it? Pane Mediterraneo (or Mediterranean bread) is made on the premises daily, and until now was made only at Eataly locations in Italy. Now it’s available at all of the restaurants at downtown Eataly, as well as for purchase at the bakery.
photo: Pablo Enriquez
Eataly NYC Downtown
Level 3 of World Trade Center Tower 4
Daily, 7a.m.-11 p.m.
Have you been to the new Downtown Eataly? What did your kids eat there?