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Eataly Opens Its First Location in Brazil Next Week

The São Paulo outpost features a roast meat counter and a Nutella bar.

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Eataly — the Italian food emporium from chef Mario Batali and restaurateur Joe Bastianich — will soon open in Brazil. Batali hinted in 2012 that there were plans for an outpost in São Paulo, and according to Eataly's Facebook page, the location will open in a week.

Batali's Instagram photos reveal the space is expansive and features at least two floors. The store will sell plenty of wine, breads including a variety of foccacia, fresh mozzarella made on site, and pizzas. Like the New York store, there will be a Nutella bar as well. The São Paulo location will also feature a roast meat counter, as well as a place to purchase handmade pasta. Check out images of the store below:

holy jeez oh pete. @eatalybr is spectacular !! good afternoon Sao Paolo !!! siamo arrivati!

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Pizza's what's happenin at @eatalybr!!!!!

A photo posted by Mario Batali (@mariobatali) on

wine and sweater swag extraordinaire dan amatuuuuuuzzi in his favorite section of @eatalybr !!!!!

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