The outside seating area is weird. It’s like a big front porch but separated by a railing. You can access one side from one part of the building and the other from the other side. I guess the current storefront was originally two storefronts or something. I don’t really know. Also, the seating on the porch is along a skinny bar that runs along the front railing and then some stools. That umbrella in the picture above kept swinging around and hitting us. There are also tables and chairs on the other side of the railing on the sidewalk but you can’t drink alcohol out there. One more annoying thing, they have a menu outside like most places. But unlike most places that have it hanging up someplace easy to see, Coquette Creperie has theirs hanging from a hook right at the entrance. Not only do people block the entrance when they stop to look at it but they’re standing right in front of the tables and the bar along the railing. The whole outside seating thing is really terrible. But since I have a thing about sitting outside we did.
They have lots of unusual crepes and some other items like appetizers, salads, and non-crepe breakfasts. They also have alcoholic drinks, which is nice. We had the crepes, which by the way, are twice as expensive as at Paris Crepe.
Mike had an Italian cream soda and the Maple Crepe. It came with potatoes that he said were really good. As was the crepe. The home-made Italian cream soda was also super-delish.
I had the Coquette Blintz which was blueberries and ricotta inside a crepe. It was really good. Like I said before, twice as expensive as Paris Crepe. I also had a latte which was just ok.
Anyway, the food was really good. I get that they’re trying to be a “real” restaurant. But it’s sort of weird with a lot of crepes and some random items and then some drinks. Also they need to work on their outdoor seating area, it sucks.
We’ll probably go back there again at some point because the crepes were really delicious. But they’ll never take the place of Paris Crepe in our hearts!