If You Do One Thing In Life, Make It Going To This Nutella Cafe In Chicago
Mmm... all that nutty deliciousness.
Earlier this year, we shared our favourite destinations for true Nutella nuts out there, but it turns out we missed one very important place: Chicago.
Sure, Chicago’s best known cuisine is its deep dish pizza, but that’s changed. Introducing the Nutella Cafe.
The world’s first ever fully dedicated Nutella Cafe has landed. It’s the perfect spot to grab a quick coffee and pastry on the go, and equally great for enjoying an indulgent dine-in lunch.
Menu favourites include sweet treats like the fruit and Nutella fondue, croissants with Nutella filling and a Nutella-covered apple crostata.
And if you don’t have much of a sweet tooth, fear not – Nutella-free options like ham and cheese paninis and cheesy bacon stratas are also available.
While Nutella cafes and bars do exist in places like Toronto and New York, this is the first ever official, fully dedicated Nutella cafe owned by Nutella’s parent company, Ferrero.
The grand opening officially takes place at 10am on May 31. If you happen to be in Chicago, get in quick – the first 400 customers to enter the cafe will receive “special surprises”, and we’re guessing they’re going to involve some of that sweet, nutty deliciousness.
(All images: Ferrero)