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If you’re a nut for Nutella, a forthcoming Manhattan cafe opening is sure to whet your appetite.
Ferrero, the company that makes the popular hazelnut spread, will open a Nutella Cafe at 116 University Place, near Union Square, by the end of the year. The space will serve up Nutella-smeared menu items and espresso drinks.
Previous reports indicate that Ferrero had secured a 2,200-square-foot space in the building, at 13th Street, last fall. (A spokesperson tells The Post that the final square footage for the cafe, and its number of seats, are not available.)
Previously, Nutella has had pop-ups around the city, even a Nutella Bar inside Eataly. But this new space aims to be the city’s first permanent brick-and-mortar for the brand.
Specific menu items are not yet available, but if it’s like the Nutella Cafe that opened last May in Chicago, its choices could include a croissant filled with Nutella, a grilled baguette topped with Nutella and toasted hazelnuts and a Liege waffle dressed with fruit compote, Nutella and toasted hazelnuts.
“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,” says the cafe’s vice president of operations, Rick Fossali, in a statement.
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