Crepeccino Crêperie has a Sweet Treat for All This Halloween

Tuesday 29th, October 2019 / 12:00 Written by
Crepeccino Crêperie has a Sweet Treat for All This Halloween
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Local Crêperie, Crepeccino, Celebrates Halloween with a Sweet Treat to All

Crepeccino, located at 5500 Babcock Rd #104, San Antonio, TX 78240, is celebrating Halloween with two special Halloween features including a crêpe and a waffle through October 31st.

Crepeccino has turned their Belgian white chocolate orange and crêpe/waffle batter black in celebration of the spooky season. Guest can get even more in the spirit of the holiday by ordering the crêperie special Halloween themed crêpe or waffle.

Crepeccino Celebrates Halloween

Their Halloween Crêpe features a black crêpe filled with a pumpkin spice purée & decorated with orange Belgium chocolate, then topped with powdered sugar. Served with a dollop of whipped cream, cinnamon powder & a blackberry “spider.”

The Halloween Waffle is a Belgium style waffle drizzled with Orange and milk Belgian chocolate. Served with an orange chocolate tart and pumpkin spice tart on the side.

Crepeccino Celebrates Halloween

Crepeccino is a local crêperie and cafe that specialists in coffee, chocolates, sweet & savory crêpes, waffles and gelato. They use Belgium chocolate for all their desserts and use European candy bars to top different waffles and crêpes.

Their amazing gelato comes in dairy, gluten, or sugar free options. Something for everyone! And their custom Halloween coffees will get you in the mood for the spooky season.

Crepeccino Celebrates Halloween

Crepeccino is open Monday through Thursday from 10am to 11pm, Friday & Saturday from 10am to 1am and Sunday 10am to 10pm.

More Information:
Crepeccino
5500 Babcock Rd #104, San Antonio, TX 78240
(210) 600-3362

Socials: Facebook & Twitter @Crepeccino, Instagram @Crepeccina_usa

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