If you’re ready to eat and drink like you’re on a tour of Italy, take a drive down to Park MGM and experience the seven specialty food counters, restaurants, bars and marketplace at Eataly.
Eataly makes for an open, counter-to-table Italian marketplace with restaurants and bars that have graced its presence here in Las Vegas.
The talented Oscar Farinetti created Eataly with the simple idea of gathering under one roof to enjoy high-quality Italian food at a reasonable price. His success has allowed him to launch 37 locations across the world, with other eateries in Sweden, Turkey, Japan, Germany and Brazil to name a few. (Fun fact: In the United States, Eataly L.A. is the furthest west, and Eataly Boston is the furthest east.)
When entering this 40,000-square foot front, try to not be overwhelmed and make your way to one of the three bars to enjoy a refreshing Aperol spritz or glass of wine. After you’ve made your way to the booze, take a walk around to check out the seven takeaway counters, the two restaurants, café and marketplace, and slowly start making your selections. Take it all in, and enjoy your time here. There is no rush when making an Italian dinner selection.
For amazing gelato, pastries, breads and coffee, head to the front of Eataly, which is located right on the Strip. Here you can also enjoy perusing the small marketplace to find all of the Italian goods you can possibly dream of.
If you’re partying all night and decide you want Italian food at 3 a.m., The Grand Caffe Milano is open from 4 p.m. to 7 a.m., Monday through Thursday, and from noon to 7 a.m. Friday through Sunday.