The cavernous Eataly, from Mario Batali & Co., is a temple of all things Italian. Ignore the overpriced produce market by the front entrance and make a beeline for La Piazza for sandwiches made with meticulously sourced ingredients (you can eat at the standup tables nearby). There's also a full-service pizza and pasta restaurant, a raw bar and fish eatery, and a wine bar for quaffing wines by the glass and beers on tap. Gourmet Italian chocolates, coffees, gelati,
and pastries are all delicious to take away, too, though none of this is cheap. Upstairs, the covered, roof-top birrerria is open in all weather and serves hearty Austrian and German food as well as Italian specialties, and excellent beer, of course.