For all the people complaining about prices, you are also paying for the beautiful decor, open air lounge and, yes, the food. This is a great gem, especially in our all too brief summer months. Loved the tapas and drinks up on the second floor lounge and I'm guessing their rooftop deck is going to be amazing as well.
Unique setting, takes be back to the beach. I love the coffee counter brings back memories of the beach shack food stand. and the different levels of the place are kind of cute. I did not realize there is also Drift Lounger on the upper level, which carries Rebellion Craft beer on tap so that was a pleasant surprise. The Crepes are excellent, something for everyone I would say. We tried a savoury and a sweet and both were amazing. And we went back a second time for dinner and tried their Chicken Pot, Oh My Gosh! first don't try to order this by yourself - it is a challenge for two hungry people, but so amazing even on day two. The atmosphere is very relaxed and enjoyable. I can see myself sitting there on an afternoon having coffee, a snack and reading or visiting with friends. Would recommend a stop for sure.
Venue is nice, but it's nothing out of the ordinary. We had the crepes and a coffee for the two of us (wife and I) we payed $30 dlls. You can actually by the same crepes at mid town plaza for $8 each and they include whip cream. LOL. I mean it's not the whip cream that makes the difference but to pay $11 per crepe, with only two toppings to me seems unfair, and like I said the taste was no different than any other crepe place. I won't be coming back here again. Hope my post helps.