Would You Prefer Crepes or Crepes?

Crepe places abound in Denver. There was Crepes n Crepes with three branches – Cherry Creek as well as downtown in Writers Square and Highlands at 30th and Zuni (this was where we ate) and billed as an authentic french creperie. There was also Euro Crepes and Boba & Crepes. We were having a hard time deciding so picked the one closest to the place we were staying. So grateful we ended up with Crepes n Crepes because it was superb.E48145FD-011E-4BC4-ABCA-0A4BEF29A01C
Since my sister and I (my sister is artfully posing in the photo above) were having trouble deciding since we both wanted savory AND sweet crepes, the waitress suggested we get one of each and share. Luckily we were able to agree on both and had the crepe Florentine ($12.95) which had Canadian bacon, creamed spinach, hollandaise sauce, and 2 eggs (you can order them fried or scrambled). We also ordered Heathers Favorite Strawberries with Strawberries (obviously), lemon juice, cream cheese and brown sugar in a butter crisped crepe ($12.95). I can definitely see why it’s Heather’s favorite… I could’ve eaten 5 of these (not because they were small but because they were THAT delicious). 5C53E40D-747D-4423-9795-9CBEB1E37575
The place was relaxed and if you didn’t know you were in Denver you might think you were in a cafe in France. DB8B19D5-8AAC-4295-879C-300612721B06The waitress was attentive and had great suggestions, giving us the best of each side of the menu. This is on my favorites list so next time I’m in Denver I’ll be back for more crepes!28D95EE9-D575-41D4-ADA9-3285DBF15FBA

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