As if life isn’t good enough, now we hear a Nutella Cafe is opening in New York City by the end of the year. Ferrero, the company that makes the beloved hazelnut spread, is set to open the space near Union Square, and they’ll be serving up Nutella menu items and espresso drinks.
There have been Nutella pop-ups around the city before, and even a Nutella Bar inside Eataly, but this will be the city’s first permanent brick-and-mortar Nutella Cafe. Details about specific menu items are still under wraps, but if it’s like the Nutella Cafe that opened in Chicago last year, diners can look forward to a croissant filled with - what else - Nutella, a grilled baguette topped with Nutella and toasted hazelnuts, and a liege waffle with fruit, Nutella and toasted hazelnuts. Is your mouth watering yet?
“As a multicultural epicenter, New York gives us the opportunity to explore and offer new ways for our local fans to enjoy Nutella, while reaching millions of tourists visiting the city,” the cafe’s vice president of operations, Rick Fossali, says in a statement.
And we say bring it on!
Source: New York Post