Las Vegas | Eataly Coffee

An underground trip, a journey across the desert, the arrival in Las Vegas, a series of competitive events, a night of golf, a lazy river, some familiar coffee, and a night out that turned into morning, coffee. Strong, black, coffee.

Fortunately for me, Las Vegas has plenty of amazing cafes and restaurants including a personal favorite of mine, Eataly. Back in New York, I used to go to the Eataly by One World Trade Center at least once a month — for good reason too! The Italian food restaurant-bazaar hybrid (previously associated with Mario Batali) offers an incredible repertoire of delicious choices, including of course, coffee. Side note: Eataly also makes a fantastic (though somewhat overpriced) fruit tart — I surprised wife with one upon returning to Los Angeles.

Review: Just like the rest of Eataly, its cafe has an elegant yet welcoming factor that commands respect. At Eataly you will find Lavazza coffee, an Italian type coffee that has been quickly expanding across the U.S. in the last few years. Lavazza offers a decent cup of full-bodied aromatic coffee. Bitter yet flavorful, Lavazza was a great way to start the morning.

At $3.90 a large cup, it is still evident that you are paying the Las Vegas strip location premium — that, or they modeled their pricing after Italy. Price aside, this cup is good. It is delightful, but just short of memorable. Would I buy it again? I already have. The Ramdolfi Score: 5.9/10.


Tell me, have you ever been to Eataly? Have you ever been to Italy? How do you take your coffee?

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(Featured Image by: Mr. Ramdolfi)

8 thoughts on “Las Vegas | Eataly Coffee

      1. I used to be pre-diabetic so I manage my sugars and carbs with healthy eating, meds, and regular exercise. There are several Stevia products available. They carry a small amount of carbs, but they are much better for you than other sweeteners.

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      2. That is precisely the reason why I cut out sugar. Diabetes runs in my family and I happen to have a sweet tooth. I’m still however trying to incorporate exercise into my daily routine.

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  1. I’ve not been to Eataly…but have been to Italy. I’ve visited Venice, Florence, La Spezia, the Cinque Terre villages, and Rimini on the east coast. I enjoy my coffee in all its amazing forms. Cappuccino mostly…when in Italy anyway. But also enjoy a short black/long black, Latte, Flat White. I’ll even have the occasional iced coffee. I am against adding chocolate or syrups though. I’d rather taste the flavour of the coffee.

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    1. Your comment has reignited my desire to visit Italy! All of those coffees sound splendid! I agree with you, I love the taste of coffee. It took me a few years to enjoy it in its purest form, but upon developing my palate, I’ve been able to enjoy the delicious subtleties of different blends. Thanks for your comment, and cheers! ☕️


    1. If you ever get the chance, I do recommend trying Eataly, haha. It’s a fantastic restaurant! I had no idea about Lavazza’s popularity in Italy! I love how the blogging community — being spread around the globe — allows us to share this type of insight into different corners of the world.

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