Eataly in Florence is in the central Via Martelli. Farinetti, founder of the great chain dedicated to quality food, he will cut the ribbon together with Matteo Renzi, mayor of Florence. It will be a mega-store of 2,000 square meters devoted to the Renaissance, a few meters from the Hotel Brunelleschi, ideal for a shopping Made in Italy.
Eataly in Florence opens in Via Martelli
The shop takes up the traditional format: buy, eat and learn. It is over three floors and it will present a wide selection of typical Tuscan products. The ground floor houses a library, an ice cream shop, a large bar and a patisserie, and a series of ‘thematic restaurants’, including the restaurant of the ‘lampredotto’, a typical street food in Florence. On the first floor it continues the offer of books which shares space with the “Osteria del Vino Libero’, an area dedicated to the purchase of renowned wines and beers, and a prestigious panoramic terrace. The floor is completed by a gourmet restaurant ‘DaVinci’, led by the young chef Enrico Panero. On the second and last floor there are three classrooms: ‘Eatinerari’, ‘Rinascimento’ and ‘Del Vino’, where, in February, it will start courses in nutrition education for children and adults.
Eataly in Florence and the Renaissance
Inside the edifice there will also be a museum dedicated to the Renaissance, with audio guides available for customers and tourists. A new way to discover the city, a new way to discover Tuscany through its culinary delights and a chance to take home gifts. A must for the true gourmet during your next holiday to the Brunelleschi, located a few meters from Eataly and the Cathedral.