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A Nutella Bar Is Coming to Eataly in New York City

The Nutella bar at Eataly Chicago.
The Nutella bar at Eataly Chicago.
Photo: Marc Much / Eater Chicago
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Congratulations, New York City, you're getting your very own Eataly Nutella bar. Eater NY reports that on Monday, the Italian grocery store/funplex will throw open the doors to its Nutella-focused dining option.

The NYC Nutella hub will be similar to the one that opened at Eataly Chicago, with a menu featuring Nutella-topped items like crepes, muffins, brioche, and more. If Chicago's Nutella bar is any indication, the New York City location could be facing massive waits.

The Nutella bar will replace Eataly's wine shop, which is temporarily closed after Eataly encountered a bit of trouble with its liquor license. Eataly reps confirm that this is "not a pop-up store" and that there are "more surprises to come in October."

· Eataly is Replacing its Wine Store With a Nutella Bar [Eater NY]
· All Eataly Coverage on Eater [-E-]