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The Arrival of Iconic Italian Market Eataly in Dallas Is Imminent

No official opening date has been announced yet, but expect it to arrive in December

The interior of the Eataly market in Downtown New York City, featuring baskets of fruit and vegetables
Eataly in Downtown NYC
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After more than a year in the works, beloved Italian market Eataly is finally gearing up to open its newest outpost in Dallas.

No official date has been set for the market’s arrival at NorthPark Center, but reps for Eataly told the Dallas Morning News that it would definitely open in December. As previously reported by Eater, the market will occupy a sprawling 46,000 square foot, three-story space at NorthPark, with two levels inside the mall and a brand new third level that will house Eataly’s dining room.

Founded in 2007, Eataly is known for its truly massive selection of imported Italian eats and libations that will help Dallasites step up their at-home cooking game, ranging from more than a thousand bottles of wine on offer to cheeses, meats, and freshly made pastas. There’s also tons of luxe options like Italian white truffles, caviar, and pricey bottles of olive oil and balsamic vinegar.

In addition to the take-home options, Eataly will also serve a dine-in menu. If the chain’s other outposts are any indication, expect pizzas, paninis, pastas, and salumi boards loaded down with prosciutto, salame, and cheeses.

Stay tuned for Eataly’s opening date and more details on its arrival.