Westlake - Stark Enterprises is excited to welcome French-inspired fast casual creperie, Crepes in the City, to Crocker Park’s West Park area directly behind Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory later this year.
“Our main goal is to bring a little piece of French influence to the area, in the way of a relaxing creperie that also acts as a gathering place” said owner, Diane Foradis . “Crocker Park’s unique influence and aesthetic match perfectly with our goal and we are so excited to be opening our West side location here.”
Crepes in the City opened its first café five years ago in downtown Willoughby, Ohio, and since then has grown into a full service café and creperie offering fresh, made-to-order breakfast, lunch and dinner crepes using only the best ingredients including fresh meats, cheeses, fruit fillings and jams all made in house. The combinations are all made to order and tailored to the customer’s taste, and create a fast way to get a traditional style of crepe while on the go.
This will be the second creperie for owners, Diane Foradis, Konstantinos Soulis and Angela Tsambouneris, who built their first in Downtown Willoughby, Ohio over five years ago after living in Europe for a good part of their lives. Bringing the warm, inviting experience of the creperies they regularly dined at in France inspired them to fill that need here in Cleveland.
Knowing that the experience element was crucial when looking for second location to open their West side creperie, Foradis, Soulis and Tsambouneris knew Crocker Park was where they knew they wanted to be. Crocker Park is built over 12 city blocks and designed as a vertically integrated lifestyle center around family and having the best experience while on property.
Crepes in the City plans to open their new shop to the public later this year located in the heart of Crocker Park. Stay up to date on their opening and all new store openings at crockerpark.com and follow Crocker Park on Facebook.
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