Eataly, the vibrant Italian marketplace with an array of restaurants, cafés, fresh counters, and to-go eateries, is pleased to announce that its first location in Texas will be in Dallas at NorthPark Center. Opening in 2020, Eataly Dallas will be the eighth North American location for the Italian company, which has 39 stores worldwide.
“We are so ecstatic to have signed the lease with NorthPark Center, which will allow us to bring the ultimate authentic Italian experience to Dallas,” said Nicola Farinetti, CEO of Eataly North America. “At Eataly, we aim to foster an environment where customers can eat, shop, and learn about high-quality Italian food and culture. We believe NorthPark Center is the perfect Dallas location for us because they are also dedicated to quality and an unparalleled customer experience, what we, as a brand, value above all.”
Eataly Dallas will be a unique addition to the Eataly family, providing a distinctive and contemporary experience with authentic Italian restaurants, cafés, a marketplace, and a variety of tailored educational opportunities. From curated high-quality Italian products and wine to partnerships with Texan producers and innovative dining, Eataly Dallas will provide the ultimate culinary experience while honoring the company’s values of sustainability and authenticity.
“We are thrilled to bring to NorthPark Center, and exclusively to Texas, one of the most successful food-retail concepts of all time,” said Nancy Nasher, President and co-owner of NorthPark Center with her husband, David Haemisegger. “As the authority of fine Italian cuisine and imports, Eataly has created an entirely new dining genre that has become a mecca for food lovers everywhere. From delicious restaurant options with made-to-order Italian fare to interactive grocery displays that encourage at-home chefs to discover the art of Italian cuisine and culture, Eataly is ‘destination dining’ at its finest. We look forward to welcoming Eataly to NorthPark and know it will be met with great enthusiasm here in Texas.”