Lisa's Creperie
Catering Options

Want the magic of seeing crepes made live?

Invite our team of talented crepe makers to your next event!

Crepe Bar Packages: 

          

              

Combo Station:

Your selection of 3 Savory Crêpes & 4 Sweet Crêpes

$26.00 Per Person / Minimum 50 People

 

Sweet Station:

Your selection of 5 Sweet Crêpes

$15.00 Per Person / Minimum 50 People

 

Savory Station:

Your selection of 4 Savory Crêpes

$19.00 Per Person / Minimum 50 People

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*GLUTEN-FREE BATTER IS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

 *A 50% NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED TO BOOK EVENTS

 *THERE IS A MINIMUM 2 HR COOKING FEE ($50 PER HOUR) FOR SERVICE INDOORS OR

OUTDOORS

 *WE PROVIDE CRÊPE CONES, NAPKINS, PLATES AND SILVERWARE IN OUR PRICING.

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Add-Ons to any Crepe Station:

 

Coffee Station:

Your selection of 3 coffee and/or espresso drinks

$8.00 Per Person / Minimum 50 People

Tea/Unicorn Lemonade Station:

Your selection of 3 specialty tea's and/or lemonade

$8.00 Per Person / Minimum 50 People

Macaron Tower:

90 Authentic French Macarons

6 classic flavors

$280

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*ALTERNATIVE MILKS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

*A 50% NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED TO BOOK EVENTS

 *THERE IS A MINIMUM 2 HR COOKING FEE ($50 PER HOUR) FOR SERVICE INDOORS OR

OUTDOORS

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Booking The Food Truck:

The Lisa's Crêperie Food Truck serves private events, neighborhoods,

corporate events, movie sets, and festivals all

around the metro Atlanta area.

Book us for your next event!

Food Truck Services :

$1500 Minimum on weekdays.

( feeds 50-75 guests )

$2000 Minimum on weekends.

( feeds around 100-125 guests )

*7% SALES TAX IS ADDED TO EACH FOOD TRUCK BOOKING UNLESS TAX EXEMPT

*FULL PAYMENT IS REQUIRED TO BOOK OUR FOOD TRUCK

 

For Food Truck Inquiries Call:

(732) 823-8788

 

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