Noe's Crepes, Coffee and Tea celebrates one year in Conroe with discounts and prizes

Photo courtesy Noe's Crepes, Coffee and Tea
Photo courtesy Noe's Crepes, Coffee and Tea

Photo courtesy Noe's Crepes, Coffee and Tea

Noe's Crepes, Coffee and Tea, located at 295 Enclave Drive, Ste. 200, Conroe, is celebrating its first anniversary Jan. 25 with an all-day event that will include discounted prices and door prizes. Guests who come in during the anniversary can get half-priced drinks and free lemonade and tea. Over the past year, Noe's Crepes, Coffee and Tea has added pancakes with a variety of toppings, such as fresh fruit, Nutella and bananas Foster, to its menu. 832-429-2929. www.facebook.com/noescrepes
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