Chicago hotel serves Buddy the Elf's spaghetti dish made with chocolate pasta

"Son of a nutcracker," does it sound sweet.

Buddy the Elf's famous spaghetti dish just got chocolatey upgrade -- and "son of a nutcracker," does it sound sweet.

The is the second year the spaghetti is on the menu, but this time, it features hand-made chocolate pasta and is part of a pop-up candy store inside the hotel's coffee shop, Two Zero Three.

"We wanted to create a whimsical experience for guests to come by and get great sweets while also immersing themselves in the fun and playfulness of chocolate," executive pastry chef Juan Gutierrez told "Good Morning America."

The pasta is topped with all of Buddy's favorites, including marshmallows, M&M's, sprinkles, chocolate cookie toppings, coconut flakes, strawberry sauce and, of course, a side of maple syrup for guests to drizzle on top.

The dish is priced at $10.