Nestled within the Bay St.-facing strip of Eataly
Toronto's second floor is a new, upscale dining experience designed to
transport diners to Northern Italy.
Grey microsuede walls, contemporary pieces of art, mid-century
lighting and vintage-inspired dinnerware paired with such menu items as
L'Ossobuco with four saffron risotto and gremolata, help bring the
spirit of Milan to life in the 76-seat full-service restaurant that
opened on the second floor on Thursday.
For a more intimate dining experience, the restaurant-called
Trattoria Milano-is set back from the food market and food stations that
have drawn large crowds since Eataly Toronto's grand opening in November.