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“Super-deli” Eataly is having their grand opening of their first Canadian location at the Manulife centre in Toronto on November 13th.
Nov 02, 2019 - EightSix Staff
A unique medley of Italian restaurants, cafes, pizza parlours, grocery markets, and even a cooking school, Eataly is truly a celebration of the Italian culinary tradition.
Founded in Italy in 2007, Eataly has gone on to establish over 35 locations worldwide, and is preparing the grand opening of its first Canadian location at the Manulife centre in Toronto this November 13th.
Featuring everything an Italian food-lover could want, this Eataly allows you to sample pasta dishes for under $1, choose from a diverse array of food produced in-house, including artisanal bread, jams, cheese, and stoned-baked margherita, and enjoy craft beers brewed on-site in collaboration with Indie Ale House.
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