Alright, honestly, avocados are bae. There's no better foodie feeling than slicing into a fresh, green, ripe avocado... and then getting to devour it whole. Or, you know, however you eat your avocados.
One restaurant does not judge, but accepts. One restaurant is here to save our avocado loving lives.
The Avocado Show is a restaurant set to open up later on this year.
It's located in Amsterdam, and is the first of its kind in Europe. So if you're planning on visiting the area soon, then you're in luck. (Plus, I think we can all agree that Montreal needs a restaurant like this ASAP).
Canada and the Netherlands have a very special relationship ever since World War II.
It was the Canadian forces who led the liberation of the Netherlands, and we even provided sanctuary for the Dutch Royal Family when their country was under Nazi occupation.
During their time here, Princess Juliana gave birth to her daughter, Princess Margriet in an Ottawa hospital. As a favor, the hospital was temporarily declared as an international territory, which means the Princess would inherit Dutch citizenship from her mother.
To show their gratitude, the Dutch royal family sent 100,000 tulip bulbs to Canada. The year after that, they sent another 20,000 and promised to send another 10,000 every year.
Oh wait, except there is something better than your fave Disney classic returning to greet you in adulthood: real-life things that are based on your fave Disney classic. Like dolls, clothes, and... cafes.
Yes, guys. You read that right. Cafes.
Like, for example, the super cute Beauty And The Beast themed cafe that's set up shop in London's The Kensington Hotel. They've got an afternoon tea setup called the "Tale As Old As Time", rife with super cool references to Beauty And The Beast. And trust, friends, it looks super, super awesome!