Despite the absurd amount of money you'd happily pay to climb into a giant tub of Nutella, such a product sadly does not exist. But a new restaurant billed as the world's first official Nutella cafe may get you pretty damn close to the full-body chocolate and hazelnut immersion of your dreams.
Nutella's parent company, Ferrero, revealed details about the eatery -- simply dubbed the Nutella Cafe -- in an announcement on Tuesday. Just as its name suggests, the cafe will serve almost nothing but Nutella or foods made with Nutella when it opens near Chicago's Millennium Park on Wednesday, May 31, at 10am. The interior is even designed to look like you've stepped inside of a giant Nutella jar, complete with chocolate-like ripple fixtures across the ceiling, according to a report by the Chicago Tribune.