Crêpes Sans Frontières Turns Off The Lights At Spring Arcade Building

Crêpes Sans Frontières, located inside the Spring Arcade Building, has closed indefinitely after a multi-year run in the Historic Core.

Well regarded for its French crêpes, chef Ruth Hudin’s menu also consisted of paninis, salads, desserts, and an array of drinks including wines, ciders, and beer. Hudin first started her operation in 2003 as a catering service for events and parties around Los Angeles with a focus on Hollywood as she fed crew members on countless film sets. Crêpes Sans Frontières enjoyed a loyal following, but struggled to approach the level of business captured by fellow brunch spot Blu Jam Cafe, which moved in across the arcade just under one year ago. DTLAer reached out to ownership for comment, but was only initially provided confirmation that the cafe had shuttered before later being informed Crêpes Sans Frontières will continue to do catering and remains under lease at its brick and mortar location.

The Spring Arcade Building has been in the news of late with the recent arrival of Fresh Order Grill and GuadalaHARRY’s Burrito Joint along with the upcoming debut of Clayton’s Public House.

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Crêpes Sans Frontières | 541 S. Spring St. #127 | Los Angeles, CA 90013

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