photo credit: Cleveland Jennings

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Stephanie's Crepes


2423 Galiano St, Coral Gables
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Stephanie’s Crepes is a little shop near Miracle Mile that sells beautiful, filling, delicious, and gluten-free crepes. Each one looks like a bouquet and is thoughtfully packaged, so there’s no mess. Our favorite savory crepe is the chicken teriyaki. It comes with carrots, crispy fried shallots, corn, and sesame sauce.  There are sweet options too—but we’re traditionalists and like Nutella with strawberry and banana. They’re open from 6pm to midnight every day, plus lunch on weekends. It’s perfect late-night food (by Gables standards). They have a few small tables inside and outside along the sidewalk, or you can take it on the go. Crepes don’t get a lot of love in this city, but you should give a crepe (sorry) about these.

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photo credit: Cleveland Jennings

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