Though they’re the same shape as pancakes, crêpes are folded, rather than stacked, and coated with powdered sugar, rather than the tears of pancake chefs who wished they could be crêpe chefs. Dine on a not-pancake with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for $40 worth of crêpes, fondue, French cuisine, and drinks on Friday–Saturday
- $20 for $40 worth of crêpes, fondue, French cuisine, and drinks on Sunday–Thursday
Dinner appetizers start at $4, savory crêpes start at $10, fondue starts at $16.50, sandwiches start at $7, and dessert crêpes start at $6. See the full [menu](http://test.ruedescrepes.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Menu_RueDesCrepes.pdf).
Rue des Crepes
Voted Best Authentic Crepes in 2009 by Westchester Magazine, Rue des Crepes conjures a Parisian ambiance with a colorful street-side mural, cobblestone floors, and authentic French fare that "transports you to the quais of the Seine." According to metromix.com's mustachioed detectives, "all the classic fillings are there," including lemon, plantain, ham, and chorizo. Chefs prepare savory crêpes with a buckwheat-flour batter and, upon request, serve dessert crêpes à la mode. Rounding out the menu, pots of cheese fondue arrive with bite-size dunkers such as focaccia, shrimp, and buttons from Napoleon's doublet.