Nature April 17, 2018
Follow This Trail In Alaska To The Tastiest Crepes In The Land
When you think of crepes, the delicate, thin pancakes of French origin, you may not think of the frosty air of Alaska. But, surprisingly, Alaska has a number of places where entrepreneurs have brought crepes to the people. Crepes have a natural versatility, either savory and luxurious with cheese and ham or sweet and delicious with fruit and cream. No matter what you fill your crepe with, you’re bound to love these portable, tasty bites. Follow this map to the tastiest creperies in the great land and you won’t be disappointed.
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1. North Pole Crepery, 235 North Santa Claus Lane,
Head north to North Pole where this fantastic crepe station lies. A wonderful place for breakfast, lunch and coffee with holiday-themed specials like Valentines red velvet strawberry cheesecake crepes and lamb for Easter.
2. The Crepery, 535 2nd Avenue, Fairbanks
This spot is right downtown in the Co-op Building, a historic downtown Fairbanks hot spot. Head to the sunny cafe for delectible crepes and espresso. This tasty bacon, avocado, tomato and cheddar crepe is sinfully delicious.
3. Moose AKa's, Mile 238.9 Parks Highway, Denali, Alaska
This remote location is perfect for this quirky, homey restaurant nestled in the woods. Relax before or after a hike at the glorious Denali National Park and Preserve. They serve a surprising menu of Serbian food with delicious crepes in a variety of styles.
4. Le Barn Appetit Inn & Creperie, 11786 Old Exit Glacier Road, Seward
Stop by this decidedly European spot for crepes that are to-die-for. Beverages include Italian coffee and a wide variety of exquisite teas. This homey dining room has six tables for an intimate experience.
5. Wild Honey Bistro, 106 West Bunnell
On the seaside in Homer, this bistro delivers the finest crepes in style. Head here for brunch in Homer's scenic old town.
6. Alaskan Crepe Escape, 356 South Franklin Street, Juneau
This delightful little crepery is located on the waterfront in Juneau. The menu offers several options of sweet and savory crepes including a pizza crepe, a taco crepe, and a BBQ chicken crepe. One popular choice is the Monkey Business crepe, the ultimate sweet treat with nutella, peanut butter, and banana.
7. North Sister Crepes and Juice Co., 327 Seward Square, Sitka
This healthy place to dine has fresh pressed juices, smoothies, bowls, soup, salads and of course, crepes. Fresh, organic foods and friendly service are the trademarks of this crepery on the water.
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