Although there are no direct flights offered from Dulles International Airport (IAD) to Melbourne Airport, multiple airlines offer flights with just one connecting stop in Los Angeles International Airport before heading down under. The Nutella destination you’ll be flying to? Nuts-About-Tella, a dessert pizza company where every item on the menu has Nutella as an ingredient. There’s dessert pizza, doughnuts, dessert burgers, ice cream and milkshakes. The company has two locations, and a food truck that roams around Melbourne. // Nuts-About-Tella: 70 Lygon St., Brunswick E., VIC and Shop 15, Agora W. Building, La robe University, VIC
Go nuts over Nutella at this café in Portugal. The Nut’ brand has seven locations across the country, but its flagship café is in Leiria. Dive into crepes, churros, waffles, pancakes and more. The nearest major airport to Leiria is Lisbon Portela Airport, and nonstop flights to Lisbon are offered from IAD. // Nut’: Largo Paio Guterres N. 18, Leiria
Nutella Café Chicago
America’s first official Nutella-branded restaurant, Nutella Café Chicago, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with a menu that features French and Italian dishes, all including the hazelnut spread, of course. There’s crepes, croissants, gelato, pancakes, baguettes and coffee with Nutella drizzled on top. Fly direct from IAD to Chicago O’ Hare International Airport. // Nutella Café Chicago: 189 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL
Nutella Café Dubai
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The first thing on your to-do list when you land in Dubai? Making a pit stop to the Nutella café stand at Terminal 3, Gate B27 inside Dubai International Airport. Satisfy your sweet tooth after a long day of travel (direct flights from IAD to DXB are about 12 hours and 45 minutes long) with pancakes, crepes and more, and customize a Nutella jar with your name on it. Rushing to get to baggage claim? There’s also a Nutella Bar at the Eataly in the Dubai Mall. // Dubai International Airport and Eataly Dubai Mall: Financial Center Road, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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