$10 for $25 Worth of Crêpes and More at Café Bonaparte


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2 Ratings

This is a great place.
Hee Y. · May 8, 2013

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Blast through battalions of crêpes with this Groupon-musket, which gets you $25 worth of food and drink for $10 at Café Bonaparte. Café Bonaparte is a Parisian crêperie and coffee shop in Georgetown that's renowned for its fresh and flavorful brunch, tantalizingly textured crêpes, and its location next to, but not on top of, an ancient burial ground.

Café Bonaparte's menu has classic bistro fare coupled with homemade desserts and gourmet coffees. Sample sweet crêpes (Nutella, banana, carmelized mango slices, dulce de leche, and more) or savor savory crêpes, including the Marseille (made with marinated chicken, sour cream, onions, and red bell peppers) and the Verona (Italian sausage, caramelized onions, green peppers, provolone, topped with fontina cheese). Try a nicoise salad (fresh tuna, eggs, red onions, potatoes, green beans, tomatoes, and a basil yogurt dressing) or French onion soup. Café Bonaparte has gourmet coffees to match the globetrotting tastes on its menu.

Café Bonaparte is an opulent eatery with high ceilings, classy wood furnishings, and regal roundings. The décor "combines a French sleekness of deep reds and black with black-and-white photographs evocative of exotic places," says the the Washington Post. Service is fast, friendly, and attentive. Coat yourself in powdered sugar and roll into Bonaparte's sweet maw.


Zagat rates Café Bonaparte's food and décor "very good." It was reviewed in the Washington Post and is a "City's Best" pick on AOL's CityGuide:

  • Though the small bistro offers a variety of dishes on the brunch, lunch and dinner menus, it is best known for its wide variety of the sweet and savory favorites. ...much of the menu at Cafe Bonaparte reads like a travel wish list. The Florentine crepe is filled with Roma tomatoes, ricotta cheese, pine nuts, basil, and a roasted garlic-pesto sauce. The Budapest is loaded with beef, onions, tomatoes, peppers and a sour cream cilantro sauce. These savory crepe offerings, which arrive on a plate with a small salad, are far more gourmet than any purchased from a Parisian street vendor; smoked salmon, sun-dried tomatoes and fontina cheese are among the innovative additions to the list of crepe ingredients. – Shauna Maher, Washington Post

More than 90 Yelpers give Café Bonaparte four stars, and 88% like it on Urbanspoon. Washington City Paper raters give it four out of five sporks:

  • A lover of crepes, I was really looking forward to dining here. The crepes were delicious. Great flavor and the right amount of spice. – Jackie Turner T., Yelp
  • Cafe Bonaparte has the feel of a European cafe. It's small and quaint, but the food is absolutely exceptional... The waitstaff is friendly and the service is speedy. – thebrownieesq, Washington City Paper
  • Fabulous french brunch!... Service was quick and very friendly. Nice place. – DC Food monger, Urbanspoon

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Promotional value expires Mar 12, 2010. Amount paid never expires. 1 per table. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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