by Marc Hurwitz
A new crepe place appears to be on its way to Boston, and it will be catering mainly to commuters.
Eater Boston is reporting (via a licensing board page) that Crepe & More is planning to open as a kiosk inside South Station, with the hearing notice indicating that Lea Sasportes of Amorino in the Back Bay (and eventually, Cambridge's Harvard Square) is behind the business. According to Eater, the upcoming spot will feature sweet and savory crepes along with other desserts and specialty drinks, and while it will not have its own seating, customers can opt for public seating within the building itself.
Amorino is a Paris-based chain of artisan gelato shops that first opened on Newbury Street in March of 2015; an earlier article in Boston Magazine mentioned that the Boston location will apparently be "the first of Sasportes's many owned and operated franchises around the country."
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