Though they're the same shape as pancakes, crêpes are folded rather than stacked, and coated with powdered sugar rather than the tears of pancake chefs who wished they could be crêpe chefs. Dine on a not-pancake with today's Groupon to the The Awful Waffle in Provo. Choose from the following options:
For $7, you get crêpe meal for two (up to a $14 value), which includes:
- Two crêpes with two toppings each (up to a $12 value)
- Two soft drinks ($1 each)
For $11, you get a punch card for five crêpes with one topping each (up to $21.25 value)
The breakfast architects at Awful Waffle fill waffles and crêpes with decadent whipped cream, fruit, and crumbled cookies. Fixins such as never-frozen strawberries ($0.75) and blackberries ($0.75), Belgian speculaas ($1.25), and in-house vanilla whipped cream bulge from curled crêpes rolled daily from house-made batter. Aspiring crêpe artists can customize slender bread blankets with dulcet subtleties such as crushed Oreos ($0.50) and crumbled graham crackers ($0.50) to suit sweet teeth. Diners can order waffles and crêpes from 7:30 a.m. until 11 p.m. on weekdays and midnight on weekends to sate late-night cravings or recklessly feed adorable mogwai.
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Long before their doors open, chefs at The Awful Waffle start preparing another day’s worth of fresh batter and dough to fry in the kitchen’s hot griddles. They pile their waffles with fresh, not frozen, toppings, including fresh fruit, ice cream, and elegant puffs of handmade vanilla whipped cream. They can also craft crepe bases from circles of warm, flaky dough, and sprinkle specialty waffles in crushed graham crackers and Oreos. A savory menu of waffles and fries accommodates clients who never got their sweet teeth back from the tooth fairy, despite all their calls and letters.