First, it was Then came Now, owner Bonnie Saran is set to open her third Mount Kisco restaurant, Little Crepe Street, her third in less than two years.
The crepe space could open in October, according to Saran, and will be at the former site of (29 E. Main St.), which closed earlier this year. That storefront was sandwiched between Saran's existing places.
There will be an array of crepe options, she said, including dessert crepes and savory crepes. The new space is rooted in European food, a contrast from the Indian cuisine of her existing eateries. However, it will include options for Indian ingredients; people can choose their toppings.
“So it’s going to be a complete fusion of toppings,” she said
Coffee and WiFi will also be available, she said.
The idea for the place came from a serendipitous beginning, with the closure of Smokers Harbor.
Saran said: “Honestly, I’m having all these sleepless night right now because this really was not planned.”
The space, which is roughly 1,100 square feet and shares a common landlord with the Little Spice Bazaar space, is currently being remodeled; a building permit was issued several days ago, she said, and a lease was signed earlier this month. The plan involves removing part of the wall to connect the crepe place with the spice bazaar, which will allow for the later eatery to expand seating.
Joining Saran is a new partner, Viktor Solarik, an architect who is originally from the Czech Republic.
Before the new place opens, about 7-10 days in advance, Saran will invite the public to come and brainstorm new flavors.