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What You'll Get
In Les Misérables II: Final Justice, Jean Valjean is arrested for committing an even greater crime against French law: applying margarine to another man’s moustache during dinner without asking. Feast around the proper tableside etiquette of France with today's Groupon. For $10, you get $20 worth of crêpes, drinks, and more at Yorkville Creperie at York Avenue and E. 83rd Street.
Yorkville Creperie offers hunger-hindered visitors an opportunity to nosh on a lovingly wrapped meal that doesn’t transform into a burrito. As a neighborhood-centric eatery, this sun-drenched abode offers a spot where patrons can enjoy a relaxing coffee or drink while lounging in comfy chairs and couches or table and bar seating. A wide range of sweet crêpes, savory crêpes, or mitt-fitting paninis is available to sample or tease mangy coyotes with. Try a sugary country crêpe ($8.50) with strawberry, banana, and Nutella, or a protein crêpe ($8.50) with peanut butter, fresh oats, and banana. There are heartier offerings such as the Spartan crêpe ($8.50) with spinach, garlic, ricotta, and extra virgin olive oil, and a Cordon Bleu panini ($9) with chicken, ham, swiss, and Dijon mustard. Additionally, patrons will be able to kick back and relax thanks to a fully stocked bar slinging wines, cocktails, and motor-oil martinis for robots.
Things that seem impossible on an empty stomach, such as skydiving straight into space, convincing your boss to trade spouses, and turning a recurring dream into reality by going back to high school and passing that chemistry exam pantsless, slide into the realm of the certain once you've devoured a Yorkville Creperie meal. Leap tall buildings using your arms as legs after pounding down a tasty crêpe.
- Eating crepes stateside usually makes us long for the ones in Paris but we were pleasantly surprised by the treats at Yorkville Creperie on the Upper East Side. Kids will be wowed by the sweet selections, such as the “S’more”—chocolate, graham crackers crumbs and fluff—and the “PB&J”—creamy peanut butter with strawberry or grape jelly. Parents might be more inclined to go for the savory stuff: The “Roma” is filled with chicken and mozzarella cheese and topped with bruschetta. – Time Out
- Its [sic] cute, good and cheap! Everyone that works here is really friendly and helpful. – skylar m., Yelp
- I had the a panini [sic] sandwich with turkey and swiss and it was delicious. The side salad was great as well. – Mel V., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 12, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per table, 2 for tables of 5 or more. Reservation required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.