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  • From left to right: Vito Artioli, Umberto Vattani, Aniello Musella, Marco Alberti
    Events: Reports
    A.B.(December 03, 2010)
    New York opens its doors to a showcase of Italian craftsmanship, creativity and flair. The art of shoe-making and and the art of cooking combined to celebrate the Made in Italy
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Michele Scicolone(October 10, 2010)
    Members of the Vignaioli Piemontesi Association visited New York to introduce their wines which are being featured this week at Eataly.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Marina Melchionda(August 30, 2010)
    The countdown is over. A 70,000 sqf fully Italian food & wine shopping mall, Eataly is ready to welcome thousands of New Yorkers at 200 Fifth Avenue. Lidia Bastianich, co-founder of the project, shares with us her feeling and emotions. "I want to make of Eataly a forum where people have the opportunity to learn more about Italian tradition, and can get more conscious and aware about the products that they buy ... Think about it: everybody admires and appreciates the Italian habit to sit around the table with our family and enjoy a good meal. It is part of our daily life, it is a must to which we should not renounce. It helps keeping our families together, and I think that Americans should learn a lot from this tradition."
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    M. M.(August 26, 2010)
    After the successes in Piedmont and Japan, on August 31 the Italian “patron of high quality foods” Oscar Farinetti will open a 50,000 sqf wine&food megastore in New York named “Eataly”. “More than offering 100% Italian products, Eataly is more about the spirit of Italy, so it will also offer great local things coming from the surrounding areas”, said Joe Bastianich who, together with his long-time partner and renowned chef Mario Batali, is one of the main sponsors of the initiative
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Benedetta Grasso(August 20, 2010)
    While visiting the campus of the University of Gastronomic Studies in Pollenzo, Italy, we met Carlo Petrini, founder of "Slow Food" and director of the university. We discussed the history of the movement, food diversity and Italian cuisine in the United States.