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What You'll Get
Being a culinary wizard is far preferable to being an actual wizard, especially now that they're all property of the British government. Make mealtime magic with this Groupon.
$60 for a Crepe-Making Class for Two ($130 Value)
In Fabrison’s comfy back room, classes of up to six students are greeted with a complimentary tapenade appetizer and can also purchase drinks. Students then build their own savory and sweet crepes, filled with ingredients including ham and cheese, Nutella, or lemon and sugar. Classes last 60 to 90 minutes and meet Wednesday through Saturday at 6:30 p.m.; an 8 p.m. class may be added based on demand.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 18, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Reservation required 1 week in advance; subject to availability. 48hr cancellation notice required. Not valid for alcohol. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fabrison’s French Creperie
Not long after beginning their relationship, Fabrison’s co-owners Fabrice and Alison—from Marseilles, France and Columbus, Ohio, respectively—traveled to Europe together, seeking a change of scenery. Inspired by the warm hospitality of European cafés, they returned home to open their own cozy shop, combining their first names to form its distinctive moniker.
Crepes are the specialty at Fabrison’s, with customers perusing a menu of sweet, savory, and breakfast iterations of the traditional French food. The La Galette combines ham, mushrooms, and spinach with a fried egg, whereas the L’Isabelle keeps its ingredients as simple as Count von Count’s locker combination, mingling sugar, butter, and a topping of powdered sugar. Patrons can begin their mornings with a spot of espresso and Fabrice’s Breakfast Crepe, filled with sausage, bacon, and spicy harissa sauce. Rounding out the menu is a selection of patisserie-style desserts and pastries.
The couple’s friends and family helped them plan their café’s look, with Fabrice’s mother sending over photos and swatches from European cafes, which influenced its bright palette of crimson, gold, and washed turquoise. Alison’s mother sewed the gingham curtains on the windows, and artist Derek Little created the vivid painting on the front window.