The Celebration of Chandeleur or Candlemas

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Chandaleur is a holiday celebrated traditionally by French
Christians to commemorate the presentation of the baby Jesus and the purification of the Virgin Mary. Taking its name from the custom of lighting candles at midnight, it has come to be celebrated as crêpe day.

We want to share our love for crêpes with you so....

To celebrate Chandeleur all sweet crepes are half off when you buy a savory crepe.

What better time to try one of our new sweet crêpes with ice cream!

  • Bananna, Nutella, Vanilla Ice Cream

  • Dark Chocolate, Almond, Vanilla Ice Cream

  • Mixed berries, Whipped Cream and Vanilla Ice Cream

  • Poire Melba: Pear, Dark Chocolate Vanilla Ice cream with whipped cream.


Come and enjoy a warm decadent crêpe with a hot and frothy latte, in our charming café, a perfect way to ward off the cold winter chills.

We make savory buckwheat and sweet desert crêpes every Saturday 9-4 and Sunday 10-3.


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