Crepes are delicious. They’re good for breakfast, brunch, dessert, or just a snack somewhere in between. Crepe Traditions is a restaurant located near a few college campuses in North Carolina. This awesome place is walking distance from my campus (dangerous, right?) and I’ve already been twice this semester. What’s great is they offer a 15% discount with a valid student ID, which means I can get a full breakfast crepe for just $6, and smaller dessert ones for even less!!! Now how exciting is that?
The one I got this time was a breakfast crepe with eggs, cheese, mushrooms, spinach, and tomatoes. It’s topped with avocado cream, and while I’m not 100% sure what that is, it tastes like avocados (which I love) and that’s all that really matters. The cooks are behind a glass wall, so you can watch your crepe be made right in front of you! I think they’re pretty cool to watch, so it adds to the experience. They also serve bubble teas, which as my friend described are like “fruit snacks in a drink”. I also shared a cinnamon and cream cheese crepe, which tasted just like a Cinnabon.
The actual restaurant is pretty cool itself. One wall is covered in pictures of my college that were actually taken by students. It’s pretty minimalist other than that, with smooth white tables and no other real decor. They play some pretty good classic rock and alternative too, which is an interesting change from a traditional crepe restaurant. All in all, it’s a pretty good date place too, especially with that extra student discount!