Now may not be the right time to jet off to Italy, but you can enjoy the next best thing at Eataly in Dallas. Nestled in the west side of NorthPark Center, Eataly Dallas opened in December 2020, but the company opened its first location in Torino, Italy on January 27, 2007, with this January marking Eataly’s 15th anniversary. To commemorate the anniversary, Eataly locations around the world host Sale-a-brate every January, where hundreds of products throughout the marketplace are priced up to 50% off. For 15 years, Eataly has encouraged its guests to “Eat. Shop. Learn.” A visit to any of their 40+ locations worldwide will let you do just that. If you haven’t been to Eataly yet, Sale-a-Brate is a good place to start.
From January 7 to February 6, you are invited to Sale-a-brate at Eataly Dallas to experience everything Eataly offers while learning from Italian food and wine experts. From artisanal salumi and formaggi to regional Italian From January 7 to February 6, you are invited to Sale-a-brate at Eataly Dallas to experience everything Eataly offers while learning from Italian food and wine experts. From more than 300 artisanal salumi and formaggi to 1,200+ regional Italian wines, dozens of fresh pasta shapes made by expert pastai (pasta makers), sweets from Italy, and more, this is your chance to indulge in everything Eataly offers while taking advantage of sale prices on hundreds of popular products.
Since this is Texas, Eataly Dallas has decided to go big with this anniversary. Each weekend of Sale-a-brate you’ll find something new to savor. Enjoy workshops, tastings, chef demos and complimentary mini-classes. Plan accordingly, because you may find yourself at Eataly at least four times this month, as each weekend features a different specialty—house-made dishes, fresh pasta, artisanal pastries, and high-quality meats. They host tastings every weekend throughout the year, but this month is something on another level, so clear your calendar and prepare to mangiare.
January 7-9 and 14-16: Made in Eataly.
Eataly’s artisans are bringing their house-made products front and center during the first two weekends of Sale-a-brate. Watch Eataly’s chefs prepare a porchetta, prepare pasta in a wheel of Parmigiano Reggiano DOP, and stretch soft focaccia dough.
January 21-23: Artisanal Sweets.
January 21-23: Artisanal Sweets. Eataly’s pastry chefs use classic Italian recipes to prepare thousands of sweet pastries every day. During this sweet deal of a weekend, they’re taking center stage and showing shoppers how to assemble Eataly’s beloved tiramisu della nonna. They’ll also be making cannoli, and even providing samples of artisanal cakes.
January 28-30: Pasta.
If there’s one Italian staple everyone knows, it’s pasta. Eataly not only carries more than 100 varieties of dry pasta di gragnano IGP, but the pastai here hand-knead, roll, and create more than two dozen fresh pasta shapes every day. This weekend will be your opportunity to taste a variety of pasta shapes, learn how to make your own pasta, and sample Eataly’s irresistible house-made sauces.
January 26 and 30: Sale-a-brate Eataly: Pasta Night.
If you’re ready to take your love of pasta to the next level, buy your tickets now for Sale-a-brate Eataly: Pasta Night on January 26 and 30. Ticketholders can eat, shop, and learn all about the pasta Eataly makes every day and the history of pasta di gragnano IGP. The event begins with a pasta-making class in La Scuola di Eataly, the on-site cooking school, where you will learn about the history of different pasta shapes, what makes fresh and dry pasta different, and how to shape your own pasta during this hands-on learning experience. Following the class, you’ll venture to each of Eataly’s three restaurants where chefs will be ready to serve you some of their most popular pasta dishes, with Italian wine pairings of course. If you taste something you love, you can take advantage of Sale-a-brate to stock up! Until February 7th, Eataly is offering up to 50% off hundreds of items including fresh pasta, house-made sauces, regional Italian vino, and more. Tickets are available here.
February 4-6: Dry-Aged Meat.
To wrap up Sale-a-brate, Eataly Dallas is bringing attention to one of its most Texan departments – the butcher counter. Eataly Dallas is unique because of its extensive dry-aging program, carrying a variety of cuts aged up to six months. Not to be missed is Eataly’s own specialty whiskey-aged and Barolo wine-aged meats. This final weekend is all about local and high-quality dry-aged meats in a variety of forms. Sample carne cruda (raw, thinly sliced beef), learn to make dry-aged meatballs, and try the house-made Terra sausage. Afterward, shop select cuts of Creekstone Farms dry-aged meats up to 50% off this weekend only.