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What You'll Get
Making food from scratch typically requires advance preparation, learning a recipe, and your third and final genie wish. Learn to create your own comestibles with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Crepes
The lunch and dinner menu includes crepes wrapped around ingredients such as North Atlantic smoked salmon ($8.75) or coconut-curry chicken ($8). Diners may also opt for a breakfast crepe such as the bacon, egg, and cheese ($5.50) or a dessert crepe such as sliced banana and Nutella ($5.50). For any remaining Groupon value after guests' first visit, FliP crêpes at Chicago French Market puts the remainder on a gift card.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Must use promotional value within 2 visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About FliP crêpes at Chicago French Market
FliP crêpes got its start on the Chicago Farmers Markets circuit in 2003, slinging its warm and sweet or savory treats to steadily growing flocks of customers. Eventually, the company outgrew its humble beginnings and expanded to a location inside the French Market of Chicago, where customers stop in for the crowd-pleasing, gluten-free crepes alongside a burgeoning roster of made-to-order sandwiches and gluten- and dairy-free pita pockets. Four distinct menus address cravings and lifestyles (gluten-free, vegetarian, halal, vegan) the day might present, including selections that tackle breakfast munchies with eggs and bacon, a passion for the savory with toasted options, salad cravings with fresh and crisp selections, and sweet teeth with desserts chock-full of Nutella, strawberries, and homemade sea salt caramel. The tender crepes will only wrap their eggy arms around healthy, high-quality ingredients, so the chefs avoid high-fructose corn syrup and other undesirable foodstuffs.