Toronto's iconic Queen West crêperie permanently closes after 18 years

Jul 17 2020, 8:52 am

After 18 delicious years on Queen Street West, Cafe Crepe has closed.

Citing the “burden” that COVID-19 has placed on the entire restaurant industry, the eatery declared in an Instagram post that the establishment will never reopen.


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“Unfortunately, due to the burden COVID-19 has placed on the entire industry, we announce the permanent closure of our Toronto location,” reads the spot’s Instagram post.

“Not just a creperie, but an establishment on Queen St. for the last 18 years. We would like to thank our loyal customers, our amazing franchise partners and their staff. We wish you all the very best.”

The iconic crepe joint is just the most recent addition to the long list of establishments that have shuttered as a result of the pandemic.

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