Crepes on the Corner Closes at 257 15th St, SE


257 15th St, SE

Crepes on the Corner opened at 257 15th St, SE back in Feb. 2012. Their facebook page says:

“We are sad to inform you that COTC is permanently closed. We thank you for your support and want to assure you that we are in the process of finding a new owner for the business.”

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  • NO!!!!! I loved this place. WHYYYYY???????

    • Me too! Admittedly I’ve only been there twice, but that’s because I make awesome crepes at home. For the Hill residents that don’t make crepes at home this was a great place to get them. Their ingredients were of incredibly high quality and the crepes were huge (probably that’s why they went out of business). I loved the ambiance, and the staff were very friendly when I went. Really sad to see it go.

  • Total bummer. This place was delicious for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Hill East definitely takes a step backwards with the loss.

  • My heart is breaking! Damn you August for being so hard on small businesses.

  • Not surprised….overpriced and bland crepes and sandwiches….

  • Overpriced, maybe for the area–but the crepes and sandwhiches were huge and better than equally high-priced foodtruck fare. Far from bland. I worried whether they would make but felt they had a chance given the few sitdown places nearby.nice space. Ate there last week and they seemed set to be there a while. What a shame–I hope something decent makes use of the

  • This is sad to hear. Their sandwiches were so tasty. They used local ingredients. They grew their own herbs and some veggies. It was real food. However, for a business to make it in Hill East it needs to appeal to a broader range of people.

  • Lesson for prospective proprietors: Don’t open a tiny shop in DC that specializes in European breakfast food (Crepes, waffles, you name it).

  • Really bummed about this. Good food, coffee and a really pleasant atmosphere (and yes a little pricey). It always seemed busy, so I’m wondering if the two year nightmare of appeasing DCRA in order to open put them in too deep a financial hole to climb out of. That’s why I don’t think it’s a sign as to whether this area can support a nice breakfast place. I bet the next owner that takes over will do well.

  • I hope the pretzel place opens up a bagel shop there. Their pretzels are essentially bagels.

  • That sucks. Was great to just go a few blocks.

    On the weekends they seemed to have the business but I don’t know what it was like on weekdays. I will say that they had a lot of staff behind that counter sometimes so there was more going out in salaries than may have been coming in.

    I was their on Sunday and there was no sign of things to come (i.e. a notice) and service/quality didn’t seem any different. Heck it wasn’t even opened on Monday so I wonder what was going on and if the decisions was a quick as it seems to the outside.

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