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Where to Get Sweet and Savory Crêpes in Westchester

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Whether you’re celebrating Bastille Day or just need an afternoon snack, head to these spots for craveable crêpes in Westchester.

Celebrated every July 14, Bastille Day marks the storming of the infamous French prison of the same name and the beginning of uprising that paved the way for France’s new republic. While Paris celebrates with parties and military parades, treat yourself to crepes — sweet or savory, we won’t judge — at these local spots around town.

Little Crepe Street

29 E Main St, Mt Kisco; 914.242.0200

One of Chef Bonnie Saran’s “little” marvels, this chic and cozy exposed brick eatery gives crêpes a new spin (tikka masala, anyone?). Accompany your meal with a fresh, in-house-made lassi.

 

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Méli-Mélo Crêperie

362 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich; 203.629.6153

Just over the Westchester border is Marc and Evelyne Penvenne’s love letter to their favorite childhood flavors of traditional savory buckwheat and sweet wheat crêpes. With nearly two dozen variations on the menu, there is literally no wrong answer on what to order.

Petite Bretagne

152 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck; 914.315.1157

If you’re craving an extra authentic French experience, you’ll find it in a quaint café in Mamaroneck that satiates the need. With cooking that comes from the French region of Brittany, there is no shortage of delights to be found. And if you walk along the shoreline of Harbor Island Park with one eye closed (crepe in hand, natch), you maaaaay just fool yourself into thinking it’s the Seine.

Stevie’s Crêpes & Waffles

643 Mclean Ave, Yonkers; 914.202.7713

What’s even more decadent than an Oreo bonanza crêpe with Nutella? At Stevie’s, you can add a massive scoop of ice cream to your dessert — or dinner (you do you).

Related: 6 Elegant French Bistros for Fine Dining in Westchester County

T-Swirl Crepe

151 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains; 914.358.9295

This local arm of the national chain boasts Japanese crêpes, with flavors like “Fuji Caramel Apple” and “Lychee Romantic.” Don’t sleep on the store’s savory versions, because the “Okinawa Hot Dog” and “Angus Short Rib” are not to be glossed over.

 

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BONUS:

Lelia’s Crepe Station

Food Truck

Catch them if you can! Founded in a Yonkers basement (as lovingly boasted by owners Lelia and Nick), this mobile deliciousness unit can be booked for weddings, parties, and occasionally found out in the wild — but you’ll have to follow them on Instagram to figure out where.

 

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