Grand opening of Union Station’s Café Crêpe next Monday, Oct. 24

Remember when we first announced Café Crêpe would be coming to Union Station?

Kidding, it hasn’t actually been that long. I’ve just been super impatient waiting for it to open. But the day has finally come! Café Crêpe’s grand opening is next Monday, bringing sweet and savory crêpes, paninis, pasta, soups, salads and specialty coffee to Union Station. And yes, you’re going to want fries with whatever you order.

Café Crêpe is located inside Union Station’s waiting area near the Alameda Street entrance. There will be a full-service dining area in the space next to the café, and there will also be outdoor seating extending out to the South Patio. The café will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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4 replies

  1. Nice to see we are embracing our French heritage, and on the site of Jean Louis Vignes vineyards no less! Will they be serving wine?

    • Hi,

      Yes, they have a full bar which will be operational next week.

      Anna Chen
      Writer, The Source

  2. I’m happy that another eatery is opening at LAUS. However, the world wants to know when will the Harvey House reopen? The last proposed opening date passed 13 months ago. What’s holding things up?

    • Hi Tom,

      We’re waiting as well! Last word is that there are still renovations and updates that need to be completed, especially to the kitchen space…we’ll try to find out more and update.

      Anna Chen
      Writer, The Source