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Eater Merch Is (Finally) Here

Showcase your devotion with some cozy swag

You’ve wanted it. We’ve wanted it. At long last, Eater merch is here.

We’ve long told you where to eat and drink, helped you book food-filled vacations, and dug up all the restaurant intel you’ve ever wanted to know. Now we can all wear that devotion on our sleeves with Eater’s first-ever merch drop. This capsule of cozy items with a collegiate feel is the first of many small collections to come, each with new products and a different vibe, available for just a limited time.

For now, this debut collection should see you through winter — get it while it’s hot (and go ahead and get something for a friend, too). Check out the products below and find our storefront here. For FAQs, keep scrolling.

Collegiate Sweatshirt

  • $45

Prices taken at time of publishing.

As cozy as a darkly-lit bar or restaurant booth. Comes in maroon or gray.

Collegiate Hat  

  • $27

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Wear your restaurant obsession with pride. Comes in white with red writing or black with white writing. One size fits most.

And now, for a few FAQs...

If I buy now, will my merch be here in time for the 2020 holidays?

Depends what you buy. Due to the pandemic’s impact on manufacturing and shipping, many processes have been slowed down to protect warehouse workers and adhere to social distancing guidelines.

Stickers and water bottles may be processed faster than apparel and arrive before December 24; just be sure to purchase them in a separate order from sweatshirts or hats, as all items in an order are shipped at one time, rather than incrementally (and sweatshirts and hats are unlikely to be ready by December 24).

Can I receive my order internationally?

Yes. DFTBA, our merch partner, ships internationally via USPS (though at this point, items shipped internationally are unlikely to arrive before December 24).

I need a return, refund, or replacement. Who do I contact?

You’ll work with our friends at DFTBA for this. You can find that support page here.


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