If there’s one thing you should know about me, it’s that I am a full-blown nutelladdict. I think Nutella is the greatest creation by anyone, anywhere, in the history of ever, and I think Beyoncé lied to all of us when she said that “Girls Run The World” because Nutella does. Luckily though, my fellow addicts and I can now rejoice, because thanks to Eataly, a giant megastore in NYC’s flatiron district, the “Nutella Bar” has officially become a reality.
The booth was originally designed to be a wine shop, but after a mix-up with the New York State Liquor Authority preventing the sale of liquor for six months, the owners turned to the only thing better than wine, Nutella. Plus, it’s a fitting substitute since the product originated in the Piedmont region of Italy. The new counter, which opens Monday, will serve a menu of Nutella on toast, Nutella on croissants, Nutella on muffins, Nutella cookies, Nutella tarts, and more. The grand opening is at 5 p.m. on Monday, and they’ll be giving away free bread with Nutella until 9 p.m. After that, the Nutella Bar is open every day from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
So for all the rest of the Nutella junkies out there, just know you’re not alone in your sentiments of overwhelming happiness and intense fear right now. But until the Betty Ford Center deems our condition threatening enough for treatment and detoxification, our Nutelladdicts Anonymous meetings will be held here.
[via NY Eater]
[via Refinery 29]