A creperie in Brookline has been joined by a second location on the Boston waterfront, and this outlet also features alcoholic beverages.
As reported here earlier, The Paris Creperie is now open in the Seaport District, with the new spot being a creperie and a cocktail bar whose drinks list has been set up by legendary mixologist Brother Cleve. The new Seaport Boulevard eatery also offers salads, small plates, parfaits, omelets, and beer, wine, and hard cider, according to a press release for the place.
The original Paris Creperie can be found in Coolidge Corner, with that location being more of a cafe-style spot.
The address for this new creperie in the Seaport District is: The Paris Creperie, 60 Seaport Boulevard, Boston, MA, 02210. The website for the business is at http://pariscreperie.com/
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