The Crepe Club announced the opening of its second location on Arizona State University’s campus in Tempe, located by Manzanita Hall at 615 E. Veteran’s Way, Tempe AZ 85281. 

The new campus location – located about one-half mile away from the other Tempe store – will give students quicker access to authentic, high quality food and coffee for which The Crepe Club is known.

To celebrate the grand opening, The Crepe Club will be offering free Nutella or Parisian (butter and sugar) crepes to their guests at the new store on Tuesday, November 28 from 9am – 1pm.

“The Crepe Club is the only food establishment at ASU with more than one location, which is extremely humbling to be able to say,” said Fares Tarabichi, co-owner of The Crepe Club. “My brothers and I are proud ASU alumni, and love that we are able to come back and treat our fellow Sun Devils across campus.”

Karim, Fares and Omar Tarabichi started selling crepes from a food cart on the Arizona State University campus in 2014. Three years later, The Crepe Club now has four “brick and mortar” locations in the Phoenix area.

The Tarabichi family is originally from Syria and lived in France before coming to the United States. Food and cooking is a family tradition but the restaurant business is new to them. The brothers have degrees in Political Science (Fares), Industrial Engineering (Karim) and Business Administration (Omar).

The Crepe Club has locations in Phoenix, Gilbert and Tempe. Its menu offers a wide variety of options including sweet and savory crepes, salads, quiches, paninis, wraps, baked goods, juices and much more.

For more details about menu, locations and hours, visit The Crepe Club online at and on Facebook and Instagram @thecrepeclub.