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  • I don’t understand… from the menu, it looks like the Creation Crepe is identical to the Banana Crepe, except with the option to add strawberries for an additional 75 cents.
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    Or does the Creation Crepe _not_ have powdered sugar and chocolate sauce?

  • Wow, that was fast.

  • Does anyone have any idea of the hours? When I wandered by yesterday, the biggest challenge was determining that they had, in fact, opened. It looks exactly how it has looked for the past 2 months.

    • I asked the owner when I stopped in and he said they open at 7. Like you said, though, no actual hours posted.

  • randomduck

    My word: $9 for a crepe?!? Crepes are street food (it’s the ultimate – and sometimes only – grab-and-go meal in Paris), so it boggles the mind that a fully-filled savory crepe is over $9 after tax. The same thing in its land of origin would run around $5-6, at most, and you get a big crepe that’s full of excellent fillings.

    Oh well – guess the restaurateurs need to pay the rent, but the prices do seem a bit on the high side.

  • We stopped in after seeing the lights on a few weeks ago, coincidentally on their first day, and while our crepe was tasty it was sad to see a brand new business with brand new lazy Susan set up. It looked like a check cashing place, not a place to grab a $7 crepe and coffee. I think the prices are high here and a few other stops on this stretch because unlike downtown DC or more established walking neighborhood routes, you can’t as easily rely on foot traffic. Drop the crepes by a dollar, create a more welcoming atmosphere and social media the pants off this place and you’ll have a winner, otherwise I give this place 6 months sadly

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