In the end we wound up getting our bread, salami, tomato, mozzarella & red peppers from Whole Foods (I roasted the peppers myself in our toaster oven). Overall, my impression of Eataly is that it's trying to do two things at the same time, but without a clear division of where to shop and where to eat it becomes incredibly confusing. Perhaps it wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't so crowded. It is kind of fascinating to walk around though, if only to see the two huge aisles of pasta of every shape imaginable. For me, Eataly is an interesting place to bring out of town guests if we have a few minutes to kill.