A new restaurant will open next month in Wellesley, and it shares something in common with a popular Newton cafe. CrepeBerry will arrive at 352 Washington St. in June at the hands of Amelia Childs, who also owns Broken Grounds Cafe at 1182 Walnut St. in Newton, according to the Swellesley Report.
CrepeBerry will bear some resemblance to Broken Grounds, in both its accessibility for vegetarians and in a handful of menu items that are familiar favorites from the Newton menu, Childs told the Swellesley Report. Expect to see egg sandwiches, acai bowls, avocado toast, smoothies, and most certainly crepes and waffles, plus Jim’s Organic Coffee and Mem Tea, both local companies. There will be a variety of hot and iced flavored lattes, including cinnamon bun and dirty pumpkin chai, and there will be vegan and gluten-free food options available (no “fake meats” will be used.)
The restaurant will move into the space that once housed Dorset Cafe, which had been open for about 10 years. Once it opens in June, CrepeBerry will operate Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on weekends from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
• Wellesley Hills to Welcome “Accessibly Vegetarian” CrepeBerry Cafe in June [SR]
• CrepeBerry [Official Site]