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Italian food brand Eataly is adding ‚Äútheme park‚ÄĚ to its international portfolio of restaurants, supermarkets, and cooking schools. Rather than noodle-based rollercoasters and the subsequent (and presumably unending) tide of marinara-flavored vomit they would elicit, though, Eataly World will serve as an interactive wonderland for people who think farm-fresh produce is as exciting as a triple corkscrew loop.

Bloomberg reports that the gourmet chain is currently planning to open the park‚ÄĒa 20-acre complex featuring orchards, workshops, and 25 different restaurants‚ÄĒin Bologna, Italy next year. The company is expecting to serve six million extra-virgin food tourists a year, who‚Äôll travel across the park on custom-made shopping baskets/tricycles, oohing and ahh-ing at cows getting milked in luxury environments, and virtual reality rides like ‚ÄúMan & Fire.‚ÄĚ (You know, for kids.)


Eataly World is expected to open its doors in September 2017.