Monday, February 24, 2014

New Crêperie And Tea Spot Opens On Court Street in Cobble Hill

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Until recently, the storefront at 194 Court Street was a little neighborhood store that sold newspapers, lottery tickets and sodas.  Just in the last few weeks, it has been transformed into the Cobble Hill Crêperie and Tea Spot.
The tiny but cozy crêperie offers not only sweet fillings like Nutella with fruit, but also savory choices like spinach, mushroom and cheese.  In addition, there are baked goods like the Ginger Apricot tartelettes above.
This is a cute little addition to the neighborhood, don't you think?

Thank you Linda for pointing the place out to us.




4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Do you remember the "original" creperie- some 15 years ago? Where the current Marquet Patisserie is?
Roberto Cappucino was the entrepreneur, if I remember correctly?

Katia said...

I remember Roberto Cappuccino well. Had forgotten that he made crêpes.

neil said...

Roberto's crepes and galettes were amazing! He was also quite a character himself.

neil said...

Robert's crepes and galettes were amazing! He was quite the character too.