The Old Town Creperie, a local downtown favorite, is a fixture cut out in the alleyway next to Flagstaff's beloved Heritage Square in Downtown Flagstaff. You can find the Creperie nestled in between the Uptown Pubhouse and Diablo Burger. They offer a sweet and savory menu as well as gluten-free options which are sure to please even the most picky eater.
If you have been following the Old Town Creperie on Instagram, as I have, you will know that they recently reopened for the summer. I didn't get there the first day, but the second day I planned my entire day around a special trip to the Creperie to grab one of my favorite crepes - the Flagstaff - a large and delicate crepe filled with fresh cut bananas and strawberries, drizzled with raspberry puree and chocolate sauce, sprinkled with chocolate chips and walnuts and topped of with a dollop of whipped cream. It has been a small tradition since I was a teen to visit at least once every summer.
You can find the Creperie nestled in between the Uptown Pubhouse and Diablo Burger. One of the highlights of a visit to this little restaurant is enjoying their enchanting outdoor patio where you to soak up the sun and some of the downtown ambience. It's a great stop if you are downtown, or worth it's own special trip to see.
The Old Town Creperie is open Fridays and Saturdays from 9am-9pm and Sundays from 9am-3pm. You can also catch them at the Farmers Market (May-October) on Sundays from 8am-noon. For more information, including menu options, check out their website at Flagstaff, AZ - Old Town Creperie.