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San Antonio's Creppecino expands hours to begin offering French-inspired breakfast fare

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Creppecino is serving breakfast items including this egg Florentine crêpe. - PHOTO COURTESY CREPPECINO
  • Photo Courtesy Creppecino
  • Creppecino is serving breakfast items including this egg Florentine crêpe.
Northwest San Antonio’s French-inspired Creppecino café has unveiled a new breakfast menu featuring not just morning-meal spins on crêpes but also acai bowls and an extensive coffee selection.

The Medical Center-area eatery's new offerings include egg Florentine crêpes — with fresh spinach, hard-boiled eggs, sweet cherry tomatoes and feta cheese — along with sweet turkey and brie crêpes served with raspberry sauce.

The new breakfast acai bowl include three scoops of the crêperie's dairy-free acai sorbet along with fruit, seed and sauce toppings.

Breakfast items are available from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Creppecino, located at 5500 Babcock Road #104.

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