NYC's Eataly Features Vegetable Butcher

NEW YORK Eataly, the Turin, Italy-based Italian gourmet food and wine market, opened the doors to its massive facility in the Flatiron District of Manhattan on Aug. 31, and unveiled the unique concept of a vegetable stand. The 50,000-square-foot market was brought to the U.S. when Food Network star chefs and New York Italian restaurateurs, Mario Batali and Joe and Lidia Bastianich, teamed up with

NEW YORK — Eataly, the Turin, Italy-based Italian gourmet food and wine market, opened the doors to its massive facility in the Flatiron District of Manhattan on Aug. 31, and unveiled the unique concept of a vegetable “butcher” stand.

The 50,000-square-foot market was brought to the U.S. when Food Network star chefs and New York Italian restaurateurs, Mario Batali and Joe and Lidia Bastianich, teamed up with the founder of Eataly, Oscar Farinetti. The original Eataly opened in

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