Brookline crepe destination Paris Creperie has been a Coolidge Corner staple for the past 16 years, a cozy cafe where students gather in study groups and neighbors catch up over sweet and savory crepes. Now, the creperie is expanding to a newer part of town: the Seaport.
Paris Creperie will open a second location on Tuesday, a more upscale outpost located on the ground floor of the One Seaport building at 60 Seaport Blvd. Along with 10 sweet and savory crepes, the new location will offer a beer, wine, and cocktail menu created by Boston cocktail pioneer Brother Cleve.
Cleve, a musician and mixologist who helped put Boston on the craft cocktail map, has created a cordial-based drink menu with eight distinct cocktails. They will range from the La Femme du Monde, made with crème de noyeaux, kirsch, and thyme liqeur, to the Boulevard of Broken Dreams with ruby red grapefruit whiskey, suze, vermouth rouge, and dubonnet. Beer and wine will also be included, and each dish on the menu will be paired with a drink suggestion, like a Bordeaux Blanc with an omelet.
In addition to the crepes — which include nutella and chocolate, chevre cheese and ratatouille, and smoked salmon with tomatoes, onions, and capers — there will be salads, omelets, small plates, and desserts.
“Our Seaport opening is the realization of a long time dream, allowing us to offer guests a slightly more upscale dining experience and reach a new audience in Boston,” said Nick Mallia, director of operations for Paris Creperie, in a press release. “We are extremely excited to have a wine, beer and cocktail menu that pairs so beautifully with our crêpes.”
Paris Creperie will open in the Seaport at 4 p.m. on Tuesday.
Paris Creperie; 60 Seaport Blvd., Boston; Daily 4 p.m.–11 p.m.; parisseaport.com