115 Stanton Street

Creffle’s Crumble on Stanton Street Leads to ‘CcaSSa’ Cafe

Posted November 29, 2018 at 5:07 am

There is movement anew at 115 Stanton Street, where a gimmicky cafe concept went belly up nearly four years ago. Ever since the Creffle Cafe – named for its failed signature dessert – closed in February 2015, the store has been shuttered with shades drawn. It barely survived three months. But now the replacement is […]

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Creffle Cafe Crumbles on Stanton Street

Posted February 25, 2015 at 5:10 am

This is how the Creffle crumbles. A slow demise… The first cracks in the four-month-old cafe, which specialized in the Belgian waffle-French crepe mashup, started appearing just after the new year. That’s when the Creffle quietly closed and a sign appeared in the window of 115 Stanton announcing a “temporary” shutter until February 1. Longer […]

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‘Creffles’ Challenge Cronuts in New Stanton Street Cafe

Posted September 18, 2014 at 6:00 am

When owner (and Elmhurs resident) Al Tak first told us about his new cafe at 115 Stanton Street last month, it carried the moniker “Green and Brown,” named for the coffee bean havest-to-roast process. However, it’s since been renamed after its signature confectionary. The Creffle Cafe doles the standard fare alongside the namesake dessert concoction […]

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‘Green and Brown’ Coffee Shop Opening Tomorrow at 115 Stanton Street

Last modified August 7, 2014 at 10:13 am

The ground level of 115 Stanton Street underwent quite the makeover these last few months. Conversion from the backroom catering kitchen of El Nuevo Amanecer to front-house cafe have been in play since February, when the windows were first covered with yellowing newspaper. The owner confirmed the identity of the newcomer as “Green and Brown,” a […]

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