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Best Places for Crepes in the Boston Area?

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Where do you like to go for crepes in the Boston area? What types of crepes do they have that are your favorites? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 5/19/10 by hiddenboston)


JG wrote:
Paris Creperie in Coolidge Corner-Brookline. Awesome crepes and smoothies!!
(Posted on 5/19/10)

Matt wrote:
For dessert, I'm a fan of Mr. Crepe in Davis Square. Usually just get the standard Nutella and strawberry.
(Posted on 5/19/10)

Justin wrote:
I'm a big fan of Cafe Nation's savory and sweet crepe's. The pesto chicken is really great!
(Posted on 5/19/10)

Jessica wrote:
Paris Creperie in Coolidge Corner in Brookline. They have tons of different crepes (breakfast, lunch, dessert) plus really great smoothies.
Here's the website where you can look at the menu.
(Posted on 5/19/10)

Stephanie wrote:
Paris Creperie in Coolidge Corner hands down. Their nutella creations are heavenly - it's hard to choose just one!
(Posted on 5/19/10)

ruthann wrote:
Natick mall, gelato and crepe stand so yummy!
(Posted on 5/19/10)

EastCoastSteff wrote:
The Paris Crepery in Brookline. SO GOOD!
They also have my favorite soup (Carrot Ginger) year round.
(Posted on 5/20/10)

Audra wrote:
Silver Moon in Dover, NH - a little north but awesome!
(Posted on 8/30/10)

nikkiB wrote:
Deffffinitely Paris Creperie in Coolidge Corner!
(Posted on 8/30/10)

Meg wrote:
Paris Creperie in Coolidge Corner...The Nutella Cannoli crepe, the lemon/butter crepe, and the Nutella frozen "hot" chocolate are all AMAZING.
(Posted on 8/30/10)

Sean wrote:
Gotta be Paris in Coolidge Corner, no contest. Their crepes are delicious plus they have frozen nutella hot chocolate which is so so amazing.
(Posted on 8/31/10)

lmbd wrote:
Brasserie Jo is not a crepe place, but my favorite crepe of all time is their smoked chicken and goat cheese crepe with grapes and salad.
(Posted on 9/2/10)


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