If Toronto gets creamy, chocolate-y, hazelnut goodness in various forms (and in one location), then why can’t Vancouver?
In this magical happy palace of chocolate and hazelnut spread, they serve pastries, cookies, and made-to-order crepes, while stacks of jars of the main ingredient line the counter. Specialty coffees are also served, but nothing infused with Nutella – yet.
According to a press release from Sobeys, the Nutella Café will be open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week.
So our question is: when is Vancouver getting a Nutella Café? Apparently not any time soon.
“Any future opportunities we’ll assess later on. We just want to make the first one perfect, great, everything we want it to be before we look to expand,” Sobeys spokeswoman Vicki Leung told Vancity Buzz.
For the record, Sobeys also owns Thrifty’s and IGA.
Check out some photos of the café in Toronto:
First in Canada! 🙂 #nutellacafe #chocolate #birthdaysurprises #TO A photo posted by Gina Zanatta (@liluzanbo) on
The picture clearly doesn’t do the taste of this ANY justice. #nutellacafe #nomnom A photo posted by A. Coolman (@coolman_eh) on
Stuffing my face w/ Nutella treats from Canada’s first Nutella Cafe!! A photo posted by @ccarmen__ on
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It’s a feeding frenzy at the Strut offices thanks to @dothedaniel @sobeys & @nutella! #yum #nutellaxsobeys #happystaff A photo posted by strutent (@strutent) on