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New spot for indulgent crepes, Arabic ice cream, opens on Northwest Side

New spot for indulgent crepes, Arabic ice cream, opens on Northwest Side

Jack McLaughlin

You’ve had crepes and waffles, but you probably haven’t had them decked out in chocolate sauce, caramel, sprinkles, and crushed candy pieces before.

At CrepeStop, which opened last month at 2714 Bethel Rd. in Carriage Plaza Place, these decadent desserts and a whole lot more are at diners’ fingertips.

CrepeStop offers nine different crepe varieties, such as brownie and cheesecake. They even offer a build-your-option, as well as a savory fettuccine crepe.

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The new eatery also offers several different varieties of sweet waffles as well as ice cream and booza, a Middle Eastern ice cream made with orchid flour. Customers can even opt to put a scoop of ice or booza onto their crepes and waffles.

For drink options, CrepeStop offers milk tea, Turkish coffee, boba, and more.

CrepeStop is open Sunday through Thursday, from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m., in addition to Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m,

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