MN, Minneapolis – Crepe and Spoon: A True Vegan Treat


Update: In October 2018, Crepe and Spoon announced that they were transitioning into a fully vegan restaurant. They did make dairy ice cream and sell dairy mix-ins, but those are phasing out so they can avoid cross-contamination concerns going forward.

Crepe and Spoon in Minneapolis, MN is a vegan creperie and ice cream parlor

We learned about Crepe and Spoon from The Herbivorous Butcher:

Crepe and Spoon is in northeast Minneapolis only a few minutes away from our shop. All of their crepes are vegan, as are the majority of their ice creams (see update above!). They include our Ham and Smoked Gouda on their Ham and Cheese Crepe, and you can also get our Maple Bacon in a crepe.

Crepe and Spoon is an ice cream parlor and creperie in Northeast Minneapolis Minnesota. They specialize in sweet vegan treats, but they also offer savory crepes using Herbivorous Butcher’s dairy-free cheese alternatives and vegan “meats.”

And we got a message from Angie M. saying:

Their house made pistachio ice cream is to die for!!

Their crepe menu includes simple vegan butter crepes, ham and cheese crepes, and banana and cocoa crepes made with vegan “Nutella.” And of course, they can top your crepes with one of their delicious ice cream flavors.

Crepe and Spoon in Minneapolis, MN is a vegan creperie and ice cream parlor

The dairy-free ice cream menu rotates often, but the flavors are made with a base of coconut milk, cashew cream, and almond milk. Some of the innovative vegan ice cream flavors that you might find at Crepe and Spoon include Black Sesame, Gluten-Free Coffee Chip Cookie Dough, Ube, Popcorn, and Raspberry Cheesecake.

And for gluten-free customers, the ice cream options are abundant. And they now have gluten-free waffle cones and gluten-free crepes!

Crepe and Spoon in Minneapolis, MN is a vegan creperie and ice cream parlor

Where to Find Crepe and Spoon

Location: 339 22nd Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN

Phone: (763) 205-0978


About Author

Alisa is the founder of, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

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