Roll out of your sugar-coated sleeping bag and dig into today's deal: for $15, you get $30 worth of food and drink at Crêpe Bistro & Martini Bar. This Groupon is only valid for Crêpe Bistro's Loop location at Wells and Lake; it is not valid for use at the Northwestern University location.
Crêpe Bistro takes taste buds on a globetrotting gastronomic trip to France and Russia, provided that your tongue’s passport and travel papers are in order. Crawl mouthfirst into Crêpe Bistro's slate of authentic crêpes, including the fromage classic ($7.25) with your choice of cheese; the peasant-pleasing ratatouille crêpe ($10.25), containing a stew of vegetables and spices; the chutney-covered Kathmandu ($11) with chicken, mushrooms, cheese, and curry; and the Crêpe Tahiti ($10), a rolled-up paradise of cheese, ham, and pineapple chunks. Dessert crêpes, topped with powdered sugar and whipped cream, include the sugar & cinnamon crêpe ($4.50), the apple crêpe ($7), and the banana & Nutella crêpe ($7.50). Crêpe Bistro also serves several caviar-containing dishes on its dinner menu, and its brunch menu and roster of alcoholic drinks, including the $5 martini bar, will attract diners of all shoe sizes. Get your Groupon and stop by Crêpe Bistro after a night at the theater for crowd-pleasing crêpe craftsmanship.
- This Loop creperie—with its stainless-steel pendant lamps and black lacquer tables—skews more Sex In the City than Saint Germain Boulevard. But look past the ladies nursing cups of java and slinging gossip and you'll find one of Chicago's better creperies. The spongy griddle-caramelized things are cooked to order, with fillings that'll whisk you from Russia (salmon roe and sour cream) to France (coq au vin). During your voyage, stop for the Katmandhu, curried chicken drizzled with spicy-sweet chutney. – Time Out Chicago
- Corporate lunch chains beware: Crepe Bistro aims to give you a run for your money. – Kate Rockwood, Centerstage
- Great creative selection and quick fresh preparation at surprisingly affordable prices. If I eat out, I generally look no further...Inviting and relaxing, yet hip and urban, the place is what one expects it to be. – sryb, Citysearch