Need a new place to go with your partner? With your friends? Or an adventure by Yourself? You need to check out Eato then in Minneapolis! Pronounced Eat oh!, the Italian eatery is located at East Town Minneapolis, 305 Washington Ave S, and is the new way to dine, drink and shop as they put it!

If you are wanting to know a bit more about this intriguing place, according to their website,, Eato “is a cheerful oasis in a busy day to seize a savory cocktail, a cup of soft-serve gelato and upscale Italian food in a friendly format. Or take-home premium ingredients for an authentic Italian dinner that is fast, simple, and delicious. And don’t forget to pick up a bottle of Italian-inspired wine or local beer.”

Eato serves you a cozy and welcoming environment with their indoor dining area, and an outdoor one as well that is pet friendly. Now, the way they talk about their menu has me very intrigued. On the website, they explain that the “menu includes chef-inspired specials daily, plus inventive fare from pizza puffs to pasta to faccacio and ricotta that is the perfect accompaniment to our custom craft cocktails, wine, prosecco on tap, and local beers. The menu features items from our market, so you can always duplicate our good tastes at home.”

Not only this but Eato has a Market and Desert counter where you can pick from a “selection of local makers, family-made brands and imported Italian pantry goods.” But wait, they also have a bottle shop where they have a selection of Italian-inspired wines. In addition to this, the “knowledgeable staff can help you with parings both for dining in or taking home.” How cool is that?

So, if you are looking to have some yummy Italian food, or just looking to explore the shop and see what they have, you defiantly need to check this place out! Hours for dining as well as both the shops include: Monday-Thursday 11 am to 9 pm, and Friday & Saturday 11 am to 10 pm. all information is credited to Eato's website.

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