A creperie that operated in Cherry Creek for nearly two decades before closing abruptly late last year opens Monday in its new neighborhood.
Crepes ‘n Crepes will now open daily at 8 a.m. at 1222 Madison St. in Congress Park.
Alexandra Pozdnyak, who owns the restaurant with her husband, mother and stepfather, told BusinessDen Friday that she hopes it continues to draw those who flocked to its previous location at 2816 E. 3rd Ave.
“It’s the same vibe,” she said. “We made sure to keep everything authentic as it was before.”
The menu will be slightly larger, with more salad options and non-crepe entrees like chicken with mushroom, which previously had been served only within the thin French pancakes.
Pozdnyak said she’s been involved with the business for about four years and that her stepfather and mother Alain and Ellina Veratti are making preparations to retire.
Avant Group broker Jason Ruscio helped the creperie find its new location. Pozdnyak said she’s excited to have a standalone building, formerly home to Billy’s Inn and TAG Burger Bar, as well as on-site parking.
“I know that was definitely an issue for people in Cherry Creek,” she said.
Pozdnyak said Crepes ‘n Crepes, which once had multiple locations in Denver, will be open every day, closing at 10 p.m. every day except Monday, when it will close at 3 p.m.