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Silver Moon Creperie to Open in Former Honey Pot Space

Are crepes the new cupcakalecronut? Another creperie will soon open in the N. Mississippi Avenue space once occupied by the Honey Pot Bakery: Owners Chris and Theresa Therrien recently relocated from Dover, New Hampshire to Portland, bringing their seven-year-old Silver Moon Creperie concept along with them. According to Chris Therrien, the "exhorbitantly colorful, family/kid friendly" restaurant will offer both sweet and savory crepes, smoothies, fresh-squeezed juice, and beer and cider, in addition to crepes made from gluten-free and vegan batters. (The full crepe menu is still in the words, but past offerings have included fillings like pistachio-cardamom cream; red onion marmalade, walnuts, and gorgonzola; and apricot-almond jam with brie.)

A flurry of creperies have opened in Portland in recent months, both with farmer's market origins. In January, C'est Si Bon opened a brick-and-mortar in the former Kir Wine Bar space; last fall, the concept formerly known as Savory Et Sweet opened a creperie in Sellwood. Silver Moon Creperie plans a mid-May opening.
· Silver Moon Creperie [Official site]
· All Previous Honey Pot Bakery Coverage [Eater PDX]

Silver Moon Creperie

4220 N. Mississippi Ave., Portland, OR

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