Ramen Pizza Is Finally Here
A three-level, 45,000sqft Italian food emporium in the Prudential Center, Eataly gives Bostonians a one-stop shop for cuisine both inspired by and imported straight from Italy. Sit-down restaurants share space with cannoli carts, mozzarella labs, grocery stores, bakeries, and cooking schools, turning Eataly into an upscale, open-concept food court. You can hop from a gelato stand to a pop-up truffle restaurant to a wine shop with a thousand Italian wines. To reflect the area’s local cuisine, as all of Eataly's locations do, the Boston branch has a seafood theme, and beloved chef Barbara Lynch oversees the menu of the Il Pesce dining area, which serves daily-changing dishes, including oysters from Massachusetts, halibut from Maine, and black sea bass from Rhode Island.