You’ll Never Want To Leave This Italian Market In Boston With Over 400 Kinds Of Cheese

Fans of formaggio were thrilled when Eataly opened in Boston a little over a year ago. This 45,000-square foot Italian market spans three stories within the Prudential Center and encompasses restaurants, bars, takeout options, and plenty of specialty food counters. One of these is an epic cheese counter, where there are between 400 and 500 cheeses on offer!

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Visiting Eataly is a sensory experience that captures some of the spirit of a European market. As you amble between the fresh pasta counter and down aisles stocked with Italian marmalade and olive oils, it’s tough to absorb the scale of this place. But thankfully, I’m up for the challenge.

How about you? Have you drooled over the formaggi counter at Eataly yet? What is your favorite variety.

Address: 800 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02199

After you’ve been wowed by the scale of Eataly, go to the opposite extreme and check out our past article: These 9 Extremely Tiny Restaurants In Boston Are Actually Amazing.