Nutella enthusiasts, prepare for news far better than that weird Nutella burger. Nutella parent company Ferrero will open the world’s first Nutella café in Chicago on May 31.
The new eatery will offer both sweet and savory menu items, including, of course, a fair few Nutella-flavored treats. Think entry-level stuff like Nutella croissants, but also Nutella croissant French toast (wow), liege waffles with apple compote and hazelnuts (yes), and hot coffee drinks with Nutella drizzle (yes, please).
While other Nutella-themed eateries exist, this will be the first one owned and operated by Ferrero, which means that if you’re into Nutella-related milestones, it’s a must-visit.
What’s more, BIG Retail director of operations Angela Baird, who consulted on the project, told the Chicago Tribune that the space is designed to “make you feel like you’re actually walking into a jar of Nutella.” Sounds cool to us.
And, if you’re in Chicago already, you may want to take it a step further and go on opening day. At 10 o’clock a.m., the first 400 people in line will reportedly receive a “special surprise.”
Don’t quote us on this, but we bet it will include Nutella.