Toronto’s Most Iconic Crepe Restaurant Has Permanently Closed

It’s no secret that businesses are struggling more than ever due to the current COVID-19 crisis. Stores, restaurants, and even big-box retailers are sadly closing up shop left, right, and centre. One restaurant that just announced its permanent closure is the iconic Cafe Crepe in Toronto.

The sad news was announced on the restaurant’s Instagram page in a post that read, “due to the burden COVID-19 has placed on the entire industry, we announce the permanent closure of our Toronto location.”

The creperie had been a fixture on Queen Street West for the past 18 years and it’s already receiving an outpouring of love on social media from customers.

While this news is certainly disappointing, the restaurant adds in its post that its Vancouver and Hong Kong locations will be remaining open so if you’re ever in those two places, you know where to go!

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