After almost a year of anticipation for its opening, with Hill East residents chomping at the bit, the proprietors of the creperie have shuttered it’s doors. Some are speculating the menu. While terrific, the varied and broad assortment of fresh ingredients might have strained the budget.
I just don’t get it. Why can’t Hill East support a coffee shop? We can get a coffee liqueur martini or a good cup of tea, but for many of us, nothing will do but a double shot soy latte. It seems The Cupboard and the Starbucks at Safeway have the market cornered on caffeine cravings. How can that be?