Nutella is a sweetened hazelnut and chocolate spread that had converted many into sweet junkies since it was first introduced in 1965. This May, the company, owned by Italian Ferrero, is upping its ante by opening the first-ever Nutella Café in Chicago on May 31st.
The company has previously opened several Nutella pop-ups across the world and now with the café, they promised to offer a different experience for their loyal customers. The two-storey café will serves breakfast, lunch and dinner where crepes, gelatos, and a full-service espresso bar will be included (differs from the Nutella Fountain that can be found at Nutella Bar).
For breakfast, patrons can enjoy a bowl of fruit salad with yoghurt, waffle and pancakes, while assortments of Paninis, salads and soups will be available for lunch and dinner. Also, don’t forget to try fondue for the whole family fun!
For the décor, the company is paying homage to the jar of goodies with a jar-shaped door, adorable floral-shaped lamps and white-coloured walls with stools and communal tables spread all around. However, the best part is the dripping Nutella-colored embellishments on the store’s ceiling! Talk about a full-on experience.
Meanwhile, on the second floor an array of roundabout red couches surrounding a fireplace will await patrons who are in need for a cosy sanctuary.
The company’s representative stated that Nutella wanted to create a world that could “truly capture the essence of the brand” with this café. Furthermore, the essence of Nutella will not only be found in the dishes served here, but also from the moment patron steps into the place.
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