With much fanfare, a Nutella bar has opened in the NYC Eataly. Well it isn’t quite a Nutelleria, but it is the closest thing to one on US shores. The Chicago Eataly already has a lovely Nutella bar (which was around since the grand opening of Eataly, unlike the NYC outpost), but it appears to be on a slightly smaller scale than the NYC Nutella bar, which has a towering wall of Nutella on one side (that is where the gelato stand is in the Chicago Eataly). So what can you get at a Nutella bar? The menu is the same as in Chicago: pastries and bread slathered in Nutella, alongside Nutella crepes, ranging in price from $2.80 to $5.80. Without a doubt, the success of the Chicago Eataly’s Nutella bar was inspiration to Eataly impresarios Bastianich and Batali to transport the concept to NYC. After all, who doesn’t love Nutella!?
Nutella Bar opens in NYC Eataly
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I’m still not sure how I feel about the Nutella Bar… I find it to be overpriced because I can just buy bread (or any other carbs) and slather a ton of Nutella on top myself!
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