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New Crepe Shop Expands to the Northwest

Sweet and savory dishes, panini, coffee, and Italian sodas

Closeup of vanilla ice cream with crepes and strawberry served at Crepe Station.
Crepe Station
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Family owned Crepe Station’s third local expansion is ready to introduce its made-to-order, sweet and savory dishes to the northwest.

Taking over a corner space at a new retail development created by Dapper Companies, the counter-service restaurant sits a few doors down from another recent arrival, Napoli Pizzeria, close to the intersection of Lake Mead and Jones Boulevards.

Currently in soft-opening mode, ahead of an imminent official grand opening, Crepe Station is expected to keep the same 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. hours as its Sunrise and Westside predecessors.

Launched four years ago, the expanded menu now includes sandwiches, panini, salads, and breakfast crepes and croissants, plus a full range of coffee, frappes, teas, smoothies, and Italian sodas.

The crepes remain the star attractions, all upgradable with red velvet, wheat and gluten-free batters. Customers can add fruit and topping sauces to each dish and pick from a list of fillings, including Nutella, lechera, cajeta, cheese cake, cream cheese, Hershey’s syrup, cinnamon apple, Oreo, and Ferrero chocolate ingredients.

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Crepe Station

5051 Stewart Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89110 (702) 531-3324

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