Will you go for the pizza first? Or head to the mozzarella lab? Perhaps opt for an espresso? Eataly Boston opens its doors Tuesday afternoon, and with its four restaurants, 10 eateries, two cafes, three bars, and five fresh production counters, you may want to devise a strategy for your trip to the gigantic Italian market.
Whether you’re most excited about filling your pantry with pasta and biscotti, stopping in for some post-work gelato, or trying the seafood menus curated by James Beard Award-winning Boston chef Barbara Lynch, the 45,000-square-foot space that spans multiple floors and houses 10,000 products at 800 Boylston St. in the Back Bay has you covered.
Here’s a map to guide your sampling of the plethora of tasty options inside Eataly Boston: