Celebrate National Bavarian Crepe Day and Francophonie Month at RI Creperies

From traditional to innovative, these local small businesses have crepe combinations for every taste


March 22 is National Bavarian Crepe Day, providing the ideal opportunity to enjoy a delicacy that embodies both tradition and innovation. Unlike its French counterpart, the Bavarian crepe is known for its spontaneity, foregoing the typical batter resting period. With March also marking Francophonie Month, we’re celebrating either approach to the sweet or savory delicacy by sharing a handful of creperies in Rhode Island that have honed their skills.

Ashur Cafè

For the sweet tooths, this cafe offers a menu replete with dessert crepes, smoothies, coffees, pancakes, waffles, and hookah. Their innovative Oreo Crepe and Fettuccine Crepe, infused with chocolate, provide indulgent choices in a cozy setting. North Providence. Instagram: @ashur__cafe

Bubble Waffle Cafe

Bubble Waffle Cafe specializes in sweet crepes, ice cream, bubble waffles, and bubble tea. Their Mango Love crepe, filled with fresh mango, peach, and honey, showcases their dedication to fruity flavors that complement the crepes' airy texture. Central Falls,

Café Water Street

Baking from scratch each day, Café Water Street is known for their crepes, muffins, cookies, and banana bread. Crepe fillings range from fruit and Brie to butter and maple syrup, and strawberries with Nutella, guaranteeing each visit is packed with delight. Warren,

Cafe Zoey

Located on Hope Street, Cafe Zoey blends the warmth of coffee, crepes, and sandwiches in a bright, colorful setting (you can’t miss the whimsical mural wall inside).They serve both sweet and savory crepes, grilled sandwiches, vegan muffins, and pastries from NAVAD Bakery. Providence,

Caffe Bon Ami

Caffe Bon Ami creates a serene Parisian vibe, perfect for enjoying premium coffee, fresh pastries, and tantalizing breakfast. Offering sweet crepe variations like fruit and ricotta or Nutella, and a savory crepe with hummus, roasted red pepper, and spinach, it highlights the cafe's dedication to fresh, high-quality ingredients. Cranston, Facebook: Caffe Bon Ami

Crazy Burger

Crazy Burger welcomes guests with a BYOB option and a menu that spans specialty burgers, vegan options, and breakfast delights. Their Breakfast Crepe, filled with sun-dried tomato and three-cheese pesto in spinach crepes, is a savory treat, perfectly grilled and finished with balsamic glaze. Narragansett,

Crepe Corner

This cozy spot is perfect for enjoying a variety of teas, crepes, and tea-infused cocktails. Le Vegetalien, one of their savory options, features black beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, hummus, and a citrus dressing with cilantro, offers a refreshing and satisfying meal. Cranston,

Happy Place Creperie

An establishment that embodies its name, Happy Place fosters a cheerful and relaxed atmosphere. Catering to all tastes, their menu includes sweet options, like their brown sugar, lemon crème, and blueberries crepe, as well as savory selections like roasted turkey breast with Brie cheese and spinach, promising a delicious experience for all. Warren,

The French Confection

The brainchild of a fifth-generation French baker, this patisserie celebrates French baking traditions with an assortment of baked delicacies. Their crepes range from timeless combinations like ham, mushroom, and Swiss with béchamel (a sauce made from a white roux and milk, seasoned with ground nutmeg) to customized options with a choice of protein. Middletown,


Located on Broadway, Schasteâ serves as a minimalist sanctuary for tea enthusiasts and crepe lovers alike. A menu of customizable gourmet crepes pairs perfectly with a range of loose-leaf tea drinks. Whether it’s the simple pleasure of sweet lemon crepes with sugar and whipped cream or the rich flavors of smoked salmon crepes with cream cheese and greens, Schasteâ caters to all preferences. Providence,


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