After his stomach fell head over heels for the street crepe stands of Europe, The Crepevine's owner Serge Osaulenko was inspired to share his newfound love with the Tallahassee masses, resulting in The Crepevine's menu of folded French pancakes stuffed with Boar's Head meats, crisp vegetables, and sinfully sweet fillings. Celebrate the morning after celebrating a Seminole victory with the Sunday Morning ($5.25), a team of ham, bacon, eggs, cheese, and five veggies, tackled into a freshly rolled crepe and topped with your choice of one of the Crepevine's savory sauces, such as Cajun remoulade or Vidalia vinaigrette. Other breakfast crepes include the herbivore-friendly Bicycle ($5.55) and the identity-crisis-ridden No-Namer ($5.55), containing ham, sausage, eggs, cheese, veggies, and a sauce. Lunchwise, the popular Wobbles ($7.35) brings together chicken and turkey with a heaping helping of veggies. Sweet-teeth will be romanced by the Afternoon Delight ($5.85), a dessert crepe of bananas, strawberries, peanut butter, and honey, or the Ladies Man ($4.55), which woos hearts by entering the bloodstream in a delicious disguise of peaches, whipped cream, caramel, and white chocolate syrup.