World's Second Nutella Cafe to Open in New York in 2018

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Stop everything you're doing, New Yorkers. We have big news.

Coming to Greenwich Village in 2018 will be a 2,200-square-foot Nutella-themed cafe. All of the sweet and savory menu items will have the chocolate-hazelnut spread included. It's even reported that the restaurant is designed to resemble the jar it's packaged in.

It won't be the first of it's kind: The first all-Nutella cafe by Ferraro International S.A. opened earlier this year in Chicago. There are, additionally, other Nutella pop-ups across the U.S., including a Nutella Bar at New York's Eataly in the Flatiron District. This one, however, will be New York's first permanent, full-on, all-Nutella cafe. It will be located at 116 University Place on East 13th Street.

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Want an idea as to what might be available? The Chicago location is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and serves a variety of options, including waffles, croissants, crepes, French toast, paninis, fondue, coffee (plus other drinks) and more. 

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