Summertime has arrived early at Government Center, and it’s full of crepes. City Hall Plaza’s Boston Seasons partnership continues with the Patios, an outdoor setup complete with a crepe and coffee stand. Wellesley’s CrepeBerry opened its small satellite on the plaza last Friday, June 8, serving three kinds of stuffed crepes, plus hot and cold nitro coffee and kombucha.
The temporary plaza addition features a large wooden structure that accommodates various vendors, including the newly minted CrepeBerry stall. The menu features three sweet crepes — a basic version with butter, sugar, and whipped cream; a berry version; and one filled with Nutella, banana, and strawberry — owner Amelia Childs tells Eater. CrepeBerry sources coffee from Jim’s Organic in West Wareham and has both hot and cold tapped beverages available. The stall also offers rotating kombucha flavors from Aqua Vitea Organic, a Vermont-based company.
CrepeBerry’s tenure on City Hall Plaza runs through October 1. Several other vendors have already appeared at the Patios, including Cambridge’s Honeycomb Creamery and Boston Public Market. There’s also a beer garden from Wachusett Brewing Company, and outside of the food and beverage realm, Schultz’ Guest House will be in attendance every “Wag Wednesday” with adoptable dogs.
CrepeBerry operates Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
• CrepeBerry Coverage on Eater [EBOS]