Each weekday between 3,000 and 8,000 people visit Eataly, the $20 million food hall opened last August by a group of investors, including famed chef Mario Batali. On weekends, the number swells; 12,000 people come to taste the Italian specialties, snacks and artisanal foods stationed throughout the 50,000-square-foot New York space. Eataly is among the grandest of the growing crop of large-scale, multistation food halls drawing crowds and pushing the envelope by turning out masses of ...
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