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Put our expertise to work for you. At Crepe Du Jour, we are proud to have received the following recognition for our contributions to the Baltimore community.
A good French restaurant, heavy on the crepes
By Elisabeth Large Baltimore Sun 06/14/2009


"Best in class! " ZAGAT 2014
Crêpes "savory and sweet" are the main attraction at this "adorable" blue-awninged "mini France" in Mt. Washington, though a few also praise the more "solid bistro fare"; "fine" service and "reasonable" tabs have most folks saying oui for "lunch or dessert" here.

“More than just Crepes”
The name doesn't do this place justice. They have great escargot, mussels prepared six different ways, and lots of other options besides the crepes. Though the crepes are very special, with great variety, come here for all kinds of food. The ambiance is quaint, and very peaceful, unlike the noisy bar scenes nearby. This is a great place to relax...
News and Reviews for Crepe Du Jour
If you can’t work a visit to Paris into your weekend plans, a trip to Mt. Washington might be just the ticket. With its sunny butternut walls and French poster art, cozy Crêpe Du Jour provides a lift to the spirits whatever the season, and the moderately priced menu of Parisian bistro classics might make you homesick for the Left Bank. Almost three dozen savory and sweet crêpes are available, bearing evocative names and folded (not rolled) around such fillings as asparagus, prosciutto and Brie (Lorraine), imported pork sausage and mushrooms in cream sauce (Toulousaine) and caramelized apples and ice cream (St. Germain). This being Baltimore, the seafood crêpe, with its generous portion of lump crab, is especially popular. Non-crêpe choices include several styles of mussels, garlicky escargots with tomatoes, hanger steak with frites, and fresh green salads with a light, mustardy house dressing. There’s a year-round heated terrace, and in warm weather you can claim a sidewalk café table for neighborhood people-watching.