One day at the end of August 2013 we walked by an empty, industrial looking hallway, fell in love with it and wanted to create a different type of restaurant. The restaurant we wanted to go to.
We signed our lease on Sept. 7, 2013 before we had any equipment, menu, employees or even a business plan. Without any investors and with just our savings, credit cards and mortgaging our house we got $30,000 together and 30 days later we opened The Crêpe Bistro. A full service restaurant operating from what used to be a sandwich shop in a hallway, serving made-to-order dishes inspired by cuisine from around the world and using crêpes and things similar to crêpes as the vehicle for worldly flavors.
But we didn’t stop there, we wanted every visit to be a new adventure for our guests. We started working with local artists, musicians, dancers and performers to bring on a tiny piece of the things that make life exciting – like jazz music and watercolor paintings and laugh out loud comedy and tango dancing into the wee hours of the night and having a beer listening to all-American bluegrass and sipping tea next to a quartet performing music by Bach.
We hope you join us on our adventure called The Crêpe Bistro!
Agnes & Alex.
ITALY – cured prosciutto, eggs, Italian cheese, parsley, tomatoes, topped with pesto sauce.