A Comprehensive Guide to Fork in the Road Eataly Coverage — Updated


A black-skullcapped hunk stands ready to provide a hot embrace — for your panino.

The debut of Eataly may be remembered as the most tumultuous culinary event of the year. To help you sort through all the details — since it probably won’t be possible to actually walk into the place unimpeded and buy something for several days — we provide a helpful primer of Fork in the Road’s coverage, beginning with February’s first whispers, in reverse chronological order. Note that all our writers have jumped into the act.

Roast Chicken From the Rosticceria at Eataly

The Eataly That Almost Wasn’t; Not Everyone Loves Di Fara

Battle of the Fresh Mozzarellas: Eataly vs. Di Palo’s

Even Michael Bloomberg Showed Up for Eataly’s Opening

Eataly Hits Flatiron Like a Ton of Prosciutto

4:30 P.M.: Eataly Already Slammed

Eataly Opens Today at 4 P.M.

A First Look at Eataly

Mario Batali Explains What Eataly Is, Exactly

Mario Batali’s Eataly Single-Handedly Battles Unemployment Rate

Eataly Debuts Training Program for Career Changers; Lincoln Center Becomes New Culinary Hot Spot

Eataly Promises ‘The Craziest and Amazing Brewery in the World’

Eataly, Chock Full o’ Nuts Take Shape on 23rd Street