World's first Nutella Café to open in Chicago

World's first Nutella Café to open in Chicago

World's first Nutella Café to open in Chicago

Ferrero, the owners of Nutella announced in a news release it will open the two story Nutella Cafe at 151 N. Michigan Ave., on the southeast corner with Lake Street.

To counteract all that sweetness, the café will serve savory items like paninis, salads, and soups (and no, these won't contain Nutella). Exclusive menu items include warm, grilled baguettes with Nutella, fresh-roasted hazelnut and blueberry granola with yogurt and Nutella, and Italian specialties like "Panzanella" fruit salad, and Gelato Affogato, a tasty dollop of Fior di Latte topped with Nutella.

(Honestly, that's also true for breakfast foods, and most foods in general.) And now, Nutella is officially opening a place for you to make your chocolate and hazelnut dreams come true: the Nutella Café, opening in Chicago at the end of May.

"We wanted to create a world of Nutella for our fans that could truly capture the essence of the brand ... from the moment you step into the space", Noah Szporn, Head of Marketing at Nutella North America said in a statement.

There is a Nutella cafe in Toronto, though that is not owned by Ferrero, Nutella's parent company.

The Nutella Café will serve as both a place to quickly pick up coffee and a place for tourists to indulge-or just eat some lunch.

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On May 31, at 10:00 a.m., the Nutella Cafe will open its doors in Chicago, cementing itself a place on the city's already-illustrious list of must-have eats.

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Nutella also placed a large emphasis on the cafe's design, trying hard to keep it consistent with the brand. Introduced to the U.S. market in 1983, it has since become the number one selling branded hazelnut spread in America.

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