Friday, May 6, 2011


There are over a hundred restaurants called Crêpevine in the United States. So as a public service, we will now provide a list of alternative crêperie names:
  • Planet of the Crêpes
  • Crêpe Canaveral
  • The Crêpes of Wrath
  • Date-Crêpe
  • Oops, I crêped my pants!
Now that that's out of the way, let's talk about the food:

Briana ordered the "Kyoto" crêpe, which contains Marinated grilled tofu sauteed with spinach, bell peppers, shiitake mushrooms and peanut sauce. It was a little bland. Not bad or anything, just kind of boring. It could have used more spices... or some meat.

Steve ordered the "Santa Rosa" scramble with spinach, tomatoes, onions and mushrooms and cheddar. It was similarly bland, but totally edible. We disagreed on the salad dressing. Steve thought it was pretty good, Bri thought it tasted like mayonnaise. 

Say, "Maaaaaaaayo!"

Good to know: Crêpevine has self-serve water with lemons! Quelle fancy!

We give Crêpevine 3.5 Sabuys. The food isn't great, but the prices are decent, and the outdoor patio is a pleasant place to eat brunch and watch people push their strollers around.

Next stop Ben & Nicks


  1. That place used to be a cafe that I ate at when I took classes at the nearby art college. I can't remember what it was called though. The college or the cafe.