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After a Brief Pause, For Crepe Sake Makes its Comeback

The restaurant has partnered with Brown Butter Creperie and Café in Grand Rapids to offer a revised menu.

In 2014, For Crepe Sake opening in the Lansing City Market before moving to downtown Lansing. After having closed its Lansing location in 2020, the locally owned eatery is making its comeback in the heart of downtown East Lansing at 211 M.A.C. Avenue.

The restaurant has partnered with Brown Butter Creperie and Café in Grand Rapids to offer a revised menu featuring many customer favorites from both locations.

“We have learned so much over the past year. From closing the Lansing location, to acquiring and reopening the similar-but-different creperie in Grand Rapids, to rolling out new safety and convenience protocols brought on by the pandemic and, finally, to opening the new location in East Lansing,” said Gina Mudrey, owner of both restaurants. “We’re excited to welcome customers new and old to join us opening weekend and experience the best of all we’ve learned.”

For Crepe Sake will offer a menu of sweet and savory crepes, gourmet Belgian waffles, fresh smoothies and a large selection of coffees.

“One of the menu changes we are most excited about are the Belgian waffles we’re bringing over from Brown Butter Creperie in Grand Rapids. If you haven’t tried a Turtle Waffle yet, you’re going to want to get in there soon and try it. And now you can enjoy all of our waffles in both Grand Rapids and East Lansing,” said Mudrey.

More information on both creperies can be found on their websites, forcrepesake.com and brownbuttercreperie.com.

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