|1134 Soquel Avenue|
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|Marlene and Gary Keeley|
|Cash, Check, Credit Card, Other|
The Crêpe Place is a classy restaurant that serves a variety of crepes, drawing not only from French cuisine, but also Mexican, Greek, Italian and more, and has a selection of vegetarian options. The crepes are large and stuffed with fillings of your liking, creating a substantial meal. The restaurant has a full bar, extensive wine selection, and a decadent dessert menu.
The prices, as at all restaurants, depend on what you order. But as an example, the Crêpe Gatsby (crepe filled with chicken, sun-dried tomato pesto, spinach, mushrooms, and scallions) costs approximately $10; ordering a complete meal with soup or salad and bread will cost around $13 (plus drinks, tips, taxes and whatever else you order). Click here for their Menu.
The restaurant is comprised of two main rooms — the front room as a bar and music area, the back room as primarily a dining area — and a surprisingly large back patio.
The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner (breakfast / brunch on the weekends), and stays open pretty late. Often they have live jazz in the front room.
Comments2007-04-17 16:08:15 This is one of the best weekend breakfast joints in town. It's located on Soquel at Seabright next to the Harley dealer. You can't see it from the front, but there is seating in a garden / patio area in the back. Take some friends and go sit on the patio for breakfast But get there early or you'll be on a waiting list. — BreaGerey
2007-09-22 20:15:48 I used to enjoy going here circa 2001 - I'm glad that it's still around now that I'm back.