The French have given the United States many tremendous gifts, such as the Statue of Liberty and the current Statue of Liberty, which subdued the first one after lightning made it evil. Befriend an entire nation with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
For the dinner option, make sure you select the lowest-priced option available before making your purchase. As each option sells out, the buy price will go up.
$10 for $20 worth of crepes for breakfast or lunch
$50 worth of crepes and drinks for dinner
- The first 500 buyers pay $25
- The next 1,000 buyers pay $30
- The next 1,000 buyers pay $35
- The final 500 buyers pay $40
More than 50 sweet, savory, vegan, and gluten-free crepes line the menu, such as the Obvious, with chicken and caramelized apples garnished with feta ($13.50), and the Nutty Monkey, a blend of banana and Nutella topped with vanilla ice cream ($13.25).
With its deep-burgundy walls, heavy curtains, and crystal-draped chandeliers, What Crepe’s dining room hearkens back to Belle Époque–era Paris. The scent of simmering crepe batter and melting cheese further imbues the bistro with an aura of authenticity. Chefs flip more than 50 sweet, savory, gluten-free, and vegan crepe varieties that have earned praise from the Detroit Free Press for their freshness and ability to be delivered through mail slots. Savory standout The Obvious garnishes chicken and caramelized apples with feta, while the Nutty Monkey blends banana and Nutella, then tops them with vanilla ice cream. In addition to crepes, dining companions can share sips of organic tea and the restaurant’s own blend of french-press coffee.
This is the cutest little restaurant in Ann Arbor. The decor is shabby chic/French, the food is deliciousT T., Yelp, 3/25/13
The service is perfect, the portions large yet elegant, and both sweet and savory crepes are interesting and tasty.Elizabeth M., Yelp, 4/20/13
“The filling was good but a little pricey and the gluten free option was disappointing. Expected a crispy crepe but it was thick and soggy. Have had G.F. Creeps...”
“The filling was good but a little pricey and the gluten free option was disappointing. Expected a crispy crepe but it was thick and soggy. Have had G.F. Creeps elsewhere that we're great.”
“Good place to try. I liked the mushroom madness, it is very filling!”
“Save room for dessert.”
What Crepe Ann Arbor
241 East Liberty Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104