Eataly Italian delicacies and Mediterranean flair in the Schrannenhalle

Wednesday, October 26 2022

Opening Times

Monday to Saturday 9-20


Blumenstraße 4
80331 Munich-Altstadt
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A visit to a good restaurant is always like a mini-trip to the country whose cuisine you enjoy. The dimensions of the Eataly market hall make the excursion almost a weekend trip, so varied is the selection of restaurants, Italian delicatessen products and regular live events with the best products of Mediterranean cuisine.

Under the motto mangi meglio, vivi meglio (eat better, live better), Eataly offers a modern temple of pleasure for lovers of Italian food and drinks in the historic Schrannenhalle from the 19th century.

Traditionally, you should start your visit with a typical aperitivo at the La Spritzeria bar. The dolce vita flair is particularly present there, and those looking for an alternative to the classic spritz can try the extensive white and red wine list or order one of the many non-alcoholic drinks.

Continue on to the neighbouring main restaurant, Il ristorante di Eataly. After all, in Italy, nothing is celebrated as beautifully extended as the actual eating. The menu ranges from antipasti and primi to secondi and dolce. Delicious pasta courses, crispy pizza from the stone oven, creative risotto variations, refined meat and fish dishes, and tasty desserts such as tiramisu and panna cotta are designed to satisfy every hunger, no matter how small, while duly savouring every single aroma.

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For those who want to celebrate cucina italiana at home, Eataly offers a wide selection of delicatessen and fresh food. From juicy tomatoes to Parma ham and burrata to freshly baked focacce: all products are high quality and seasonal - just made in Italy.

Especially charming: on weekends, producers from Italy regularly come to the Schrannenhalle to present themselves and their products in person. So it's worth strolling from department to department on Saturdays and tasting a truffle cream from the Marche, nibbling on nut chocolate from Piedmont or dipping a piece of bread in olive oil from Sicily without any obligation. Tip: The warm staff, all of whom are Italian, are also always available for recipe and cooking tips.

Apart from the in-house butchery, bakery and fruit and vegetable corner, Eataly also has an extensive chocolate section from the traditional Turin house Venchi with the finest gianduja and co.

Similarly extensive: the wine shop in the basement of the market hall - the largest in Munich! Surrounded by the best vintages of international (sparkling) wines, it also houses the in-house cooking school La Scuola, open for tastings, private events, baking and cooking classes.

Just how much love for Italian cuisine is behind the globally active Eataly brand concept is also apparent in Munich when you look at the densely populated calendar of events. In addition to more classic live events such as wine and cheese tastings, there are regular sparkling wine seminars, children's cooking classes and cocktail parties.

Getting to know and love Italy from its culinary side on almost 4,600 square metres in the heart of Munich - that is nearly as beautiful and varied as a weekend in the south itself.

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