How much did this feast run you?
$14. Not cheap, but approximately $10 less than it would have cost in SF for a breakfast half the size. And great service and good conversation with the staff. And all items were fresh and locally grown, so you can eliminate the hidden cost of flying items halfway around the world.
I absolutely love going to the Crepe Co.; we actually had breakfast there on Saturday. I've never been disappointed with the food, and it's surprisingly filling. You're correct; the staff provides good conversation, and they're very well-versed in all of their items. I'm glad you went.
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