Posts Tagged ‘crepes’

Crepes On The Corner Is Actually Open on Capitol Hill

For weeks now, the long-delayed Crepes On The Corner kept a sign in the window: "Opening January We Promise." Well, they came close, anyway. "We're just one day late," says proprietor Marc Ross. The Capital Hill café finally opened this morning, serving its full menu of crêpes and coffee drinks made with beans from local […]

Crêpes! Finally! Capitol Hill’s Delayed Crêperie Is Almost Ready

Is Capitol Hill's long-delayed crêperie, Crepes On The Corner, finally ready to fire up its hot plates? Signage in the window this morning indicates the opening date is imminent. "I'm hoping the first week of January," chef and co-owner Vincent Bradberry tells Y&H. Bradberry says the eatery just obtained its certificate of occupancy and is […]

Dig It, Then Dig In: Jazz Standards to Accompany Sweet and Savory Crepes at HR-57

HR-57 Center for the Preservation of Jazz & Blues is working on some tasty new riffs, both the sweet and savory kinds. We're talking about crêpes. Owner Tony Puesan tells Eater DC that the new fare is a direct response to customer demand: "people requested it. We said, 'Fine let's do it.'" The live jazz […]

Snap Opens a Second Location in Adams Morgan

What were we saying about crepes being the new cupcake? Further evidence just arrived in Adams Morgan, where Snap recently opened in the old CD/Game Exchange on 18th Street. Y&H has never been to the original Snap in Georgetown, but judging from its copious reviews on Yelp (87 and counting), the place has a middling […]

Last Week’s Greatest Hits on Young & Hungry

It was a week in which newcomers — the theme of this year's Best of D.C. issue — also dominated the Y&H blog. The Queen's upcoming appearance on H Street NE (The Queen Vic, that is) drew most of the attention, as is proper, but the reigning royalty of sandwich-making, Taylor Gourmet, was not far […]

Crepes: Are They the New Cupcakes?

With all due respect to my colleague, Metrocurean, I don't think the macaroon is the next cupcake, not unless you've got the bank to hang out at Adour or Restaurant Eve. I think another French treat is more likely to supplant the little frosted cakes in the hearts of Washingtonians: crepes. Why? First off, because the […]

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