Salumi / Formaggi Clerk (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 4, 2012
If you love to be around people and theres noise and laughing and merriment every night. Then this is the place for you!! I worked at the cured meat and cheese counter. ( Or the salummi and formaggi counter if youre italian ) and people really love the idea of buying fine cured meats and cheese primarily from italy. You get a sense of culture and attention to detail at eataly. The rest of the market is a feast as well. Desserts. Pizza. Even things for veggie lovers. All under one roof. One visit and you'll want to bring friends and family back I guarantee it!!
Hostess (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 8, 2017
Pizza/Pasta is a busy, confusing, fast paced restaurant, and if you don't know that when you apply, I don't know what to tell you. In regards to the job, I was promised things that they were not in the position to offer me. The pay is terrible, NO ONE CAN LIVE OFF WHAT THEY PAY. They make blanket statements about not being able to move up, and when management feels like being involved they do. They also don't treat their hard working people right. I was so excited to work there, and was sorely disappointed.
looks good on a resume
pay, work environment, management works when they want to
Wine Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 15, 2017
I was a retail employee for 9 months at Eataly Chicago. Management showed a pattern of disrespect for myself and my fellow employees within my department. Very political in their decision making on who could be promoted. Low wage, minimal benefits, severe lack of recognition for hard work.
Free lunch and the occasional class at La Scuola
Little room for growth, no recognition of hard work
Cleaner (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – April 29, 2017
I love my job and the management is very good breacks are managble and free lunches are very good I love the schedule accomplish my job on time find time going by easy . Cleaning job has no hard time as long it is done acordenly with rules
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 11, 2017
Eataly is a very cool place to work. Because it is retail as well a restaurant the hours can suck for some. For me it was a great experience, I was able to learn so much of the business, so much of Italy, so much of the food, wine, and cheese. I was responsible of a lot as facilities technician as it is constantly changing, evolving place.
Learn a culture, a region of the world and meet some great people
Hostess (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 28, 2017
A day at the Pizza Pasta restaurant at Eataly was hectic. There were many rushes through out the day and there were often many upset customers. I learned through that to deal with people and work on my manner of approaching a disgruntled customer. The managers ran things as smoothly as they could and often had the staffs back if there was an issue with a customer. The staff was hard working and professional. The hardest part of the job was dealing with a constant flow of people for hours on end. The most enjoyable was learning about wines and tasting the new foods being offered on the menu.
We got to taste new dishes at pre shift and learned about wine tasting.
Stock Associate/Warehouse (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 22, 2017
Eataly is a work place that grew to feel like a family,they taught me so much within the company. My co-workers helped me to be the best grocery stocker that I can be. I love to work with the customers they are wonderful to be around.
free lunch, working downtown chicago, great eviroment
not enough pay, hard to move up in the company, not enough hours
Just your average retail job with overpriced wares and food
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 16, 2017
Typically dead during the Fall and Winter. Business picks up over the Summer and that's where people get most of their hours. Management is lacking in several departments also with communications of what sales are still going on and also terrible advertisement. Often prices aren't adjusted for sale items until the day of thus halting the faster pace needed to ring up guests efficiently. The most enjoyable thing was the staff classes which were free and pretty educational.
Cashier/Demo Representative (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 23, 2016
Nice place to work and learn more about different types of Italian foods. I enjoyed the staff classes and working with some of the people, it's a little over whelming but once you get used to the location it become second nature.
Head Hostess/Receptonist/Server (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 23, 2016
I've been working for Eataly for about 4 years now. Overall I do not have any negative reviews or experiences to write about. My co-workers were the best part about working there. I have created long term relationships with most of them. My first hospitality job and I've learned so much about myself and the field. The most enjoyable part about my job is the interactions I have on a daily bases with new people. I get to put my people skills to work everyday.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 5, 2016
Terrible management and job environment. You will go above and beyond and no one will recognize your effort. There are certain people that they have higher expectations for because they have a better work ethic. However, everything is expected from those few people and the rest of the employees are allowed to slack because..well that's just what they do all the time. Management does not take the initiative to try and ask more of the people that are slacking. There was a manager that breached my privacy and they failed to fire her even though what she did was completely illegal. What was done to me at this job was not only illegal but more importantly..immoral. This place completely traumatized me and they did nothing about it. If you have any regard for your well-being I highly suggest you don't work here.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 2, 2016
Upper management promotes staff into management based upon favoritism and not their ability to manage. During the time I have been here, we have lost great managers/ leaders and have been replaced with sub par replacements. The store lacks direction from upper management because they have no idea what they are doing
Upper management and the lack of hospitality direction