Don’t miss Eataly’s Restaurant Fest

From March 25 – April 10, book your table for Eataly’s signature dining event – Restaurant Fest. For 16 days, all three of Eataly Dallas’s restaurants are offering two-course menus starting at $19, more than 100 wines by the glass starting at $10, large-format cocktails, events, tastings, and more. This is a celebration of Eataly’s restaurants, unlike anything you’ve experienced before.

During this bi-annual dining event, each of Eataly Dallas’s three unique restaurants is offering its own specially priced menu so you can enjoy wood-burning grill dishes at Terra, Italian staples at La Pizza & La Pasta, and handmade pasta Il Pastaio. Plus, since no Italian meal is complete without a glass of wine, Eataly is encouraging guests to explore their expansive wine collection (the largest selection of Italian wine in Texas) with more than 100 wines by the glass starting at $10. 


  • At Terra, Eataly’s third-floor, wood-burning grill, diners can enjoy a two-course meal for $29 featuring some of their most popular grilled spiedini (skewers), local meats, and seasonal vegetables. Reservations are encouraged and can be made here
  • At La Pizza & La Pasta, not only will you find authentic Neapolitan pizza and regional pasta dishes, but there also be brand new roaming carts offering a Build-Your-Own Housemade Mozzarella antipasto where you choose your toppings, classic Tiramisu della Nonna scooped tableside, and even hand-sliced prosciutto. Reservations are encouraged and can be made here.
  • At Il Pastaio, Eataly’s handmade fresh pasta bar, diners can taste some of Italy’s most popular pasta dishes in a two-course menu for just $19. You will also find antipasti like housemade mozzarella, seasonal vegetables, hand-sliced prosciutto, and more. Walk-ins only.

(This Philanthropy Lifestyles eBuzz courtesy Eataly.)


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