Eataly announces the opening of two new stores, one in the United States, in New York, and the other in Canada, in Toronto. And on the occasion of Christmas, he made his debut on television with the first place. The third Eataly in New York will be located at 200 Lafayette Street, in the heart of Soho, midway between the two existing stores, the iconic Eataly Flatiron and Eataly Downtown, in the Financial District. Eataly Lafayette will develop over an area of 1,700 square meters. In Toronto, Eataly will open in CF Sherway Gardens, a major shopping destination in the western part of the city. The second Eataly in Toronto will be spread over an area of 2,400 square meters. Both openings are expected at the end of 2023.
The first Eataly commercial arrives on Italian television channels in the week before Christmas, from 18 to 24 December, on Mediaset networks in prime time. “Eataly continues its development plans in the United States and Canada, accelerating global expansion in a market of prime importance. And in Italy, before Christmas, we decided to preside over the television universe for the first time to remind everyone of the uniqueness of Eataly. The commercial reflects our destination identity for special moments and unique experiences. And the television channel is the most suitable tool to reach the homes of Italians, knowing that at Eataly, top quality products make the difference» explains Andrea Cipolloni, CEO of Eataly.
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