Quaint cafe in historic district with wonderful French crepes of all varieties. Nice historic building - look around while you're there.
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We stumbled into this cute little restaurant on our search for a nice dinner place. The guest room is decorated very cute, the waitress was very friendly and caring and the crepes teased really good. The live band playing at that evening additionally created a...More
We first walked in, there was only 4 other people in there. The hostess sat us down at a table before cleaning it. Then came back to complain that she's not supposed to even be working. After 10mins someone finally came to take our order,...More
Have wanted to try this place for a quite some time and finally we did :) they have a variety of crepes (not only the dessert crepes, but also meal crepes). I've ordered La Provincal which was with chicken bits, mozzarella cheese, mushroom, and kale,...More
I have very mixed feelings about my recent visit. First, The Good: I had late breakfast on a Saturday morning and the food was very good to excellent. Fresh, quality ingredients cooked up after you order.I had the crepe with polish sausage in it, and...More
Came for lunch on a weekday. We had two different kinds of lunch crepes. They tasted fine, but I was a bit disappointed with the size. For $11, I was expecting to receive a bigger crepe. The other customers were small groups women on their...More
4 friends went to Le Magic Pan for lunch while on vacation in May. Each got a different entree and all were tasted by everyone..the overwhelming consensus was the food was delicious! My crepe was the Provençal full of cheese, chicken and delectable herbs and...More