Thursday, September 13, 2018

The Paris Creperie in Brookline Is Expanding to Boston's Seaport District

by Marc Hurwitz

A creperie in the Coolidge Corner section of Brookline is looking to expand to the Boston waterfront.

According to an article from Eater Boston, The Paris Creperie in Coolidge Corner is planning to open a new location in the Seaport District, with the new outlet being in the same Seaport Boulevard building that houses Tuscan Kitchen and the Grand. The article says that the waterfront dining spot would be different from the cafe-style Brookline location, instead being a "crepe and cocktail bar," and that famed bartender/mixologist Brother Cleve will be setting up the cocktail list for the place.

If all goes as planned, the new location of The Paris Creperie could open late this fall.

The address for this upcoming creperie in the Seaport District is: The Paris Creperie, 60 Seaport Boulevard, Boston, MA, 02210. The website for the original location in Brookline is at

[December 5 update: A licensing board hearing page within the City of Boston website indicates that Griddler's on Boylston Street by Boston Common is seeking to transfer its liquor license to upcoming location of The Paris Creperie in the Seaport District; it is not known what this means for the future of Griddler's, so keep checking back for more updates.]

[June 6, 2019 update: A Facebook post from Brother Cleve indicates that The Paris Creperie is "finally ready to open," though he adds that specific details on an opening date still need to be given.]

[June 24, 2019 update: According to a press release, the new location of The Paris Creperie opens in the Seaport District tomorrow (Tuesday, June 24).]

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