Neighborhoods Coffee & Crepes planned to open last week near Fenway, but the cafe is still at the mercy of inspections, according to a post on their website from November 15. The next day, the cafe tweeted that they've passed the first three inspections so far with two left to go. In the meantime, they've posted a gallery of photos on the website, including the above peek at the blackboard menu, which, as one might expect, focuses on coffee. And crepes.
No need to squint at the photo; the full menu is posted on the website as well. The coffee section reveals a standard collection of lattes (yes, including pumpkin), espresso, and cappuccino, along with the intriguingly named "Fluffy," a New Zealand kids' latte of frothed milk and a pump of Ghiradelli chocolate syrup. Tea is available in one and two-bag increments as well as a "flower tea pitcher," likely a glass pot that features a blooming tea bag.
The crepes, of which there are savory and sweet options, range from $5.50 to $7.50. Savory crepes include the Monksquirrelly (hummus, roasted peppers, feta, thinly sliced cucumbers, and fresh basil) and Autumn's Best (pear, gorgonzola, walnut, arugula, and cranberry house sauce.) Sweet crepes include the Tudor (sliced apples or bananas with peanut butter, honey, and cinnamon) and the Ricotta Romanza (ricotta-filled crepe topped with raspberry or blackberry sauce).
· Neighborhoods Coffee & Crepes blog [Official Site]
· @NeighborhoodsC [Twitter]
· All coverage of Neighborhoods Coffee & Crepes on Eater [~EBOS~]