Put a beret on your tongue and a song in your heart with today's Francophilic deal: $10 gets you $20 worth of savory and sweet crêpes at Crêpe Connection Café. The cozy, unassuming little storefront café specializes in making tasty, paper-thin pancakes; wrapping them around fresh, organic veggies, meat, or berries; and serving them in an intimate space filled with snapshots of the Eiffel Tower, van Gogh prints, and this hand-turkey I traced for you.
The Crêpe Connection menu teems with entree and dessert delicacies: for lunch or dinner, try the chicken a la fromage with mojito vidalia sauce for $8.99; the caprese France with buffalo mozzarella and tomatoes for $9.99; the vegan with mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, and peppers for $6.50; or a traditional ham and cheese for $6.99. For dessert, take a bite of Carmen Miranda with guava shells and cream cheese for $5.50. If you've ever dreamed of setting a pancake on fire, upgrade that fantasy with Suzette Flambeed, doused with orange juice, lemon juice, and Grand Marnier and set aflame for $6.99, or the drunken berries with raspberry liquor-soaked strawberries and chocolate, also $6.99.
Accompany your sweet treat with an espresso or latte, or sip a cup of wine while looking through a magazine in Crêpe Connection's library or your online Parisian vacation photos using the free WiFi. Or grab a beer and watch the game on one of the Connection's flat-screens.
- The food is cooked on order and is always fresh, at least it has been so for all every time I've visited (5+ times). What keeps bringing me back are the people that work there - they are very personable and likeable. – djv43half, Google reviews
- I was expecting to be disappointed, but the cuban crepe just blew my mind. It's a small place, but I recommend it. – Eduardo, Google reviews
- The Best Kept Secret in Miami! The food quality is EXCELLENT. Everyone is very friendly. – ampareja, Yahoo! Travel
Taste Crêpe, Less Filling.
The deliciousness of crêpes augments the deliciousness of their sweet and savory innards for a dining experience that’ll leave you brainstorming how to wrap an American-style pancake around an order of chicken fingers. With a little practice, you can be filling crêpes like a pro for uses both scrumptious and utilitarian. What can you keep in your power-crêpes?
- Rock-solid frozen limes
- Weaponized helium
- The smell of your grandfather’s pipe smoke; the sound of your grandmother’s swearing
- Unraveled VHS tape for re-spooling
- Bananas, Nutella, and Justice
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Crêpe Connection Café
It's not just the ingredients that make a great crêpe. It's also the method and materials. At Crêpe Connection Café, a chef ladles the thin batter onto one of the traditional French irons, then methodically sweeps the batter in a graceful, exacting swirl to create a large, flat, and incredibly thin crêpe. The result wraps around a variety of savory and sweet fillings—including a number of showy treats, such as the flambéed strawberries-and-Nutella crêpe, doused in Grand Marnier and set aflame. Visitors can also enjoy coffee, espresso, beer, and wine in the cafe's charming and quaint interior, complete with sparkling lights and French artwork adorning the walls.