LI Spots For the Crepe Connoisseur

Sweet or savory, Long Island crepes have a reputation for being heavenly. A very thin pastry made from wheat flour, the inside is where the real magic happens. Dig into a variety of fillings—even seafood—at these five places packed with flavor.

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Chat Noir, Rockville Centre

Full of Parisian café vibes, this well-appointed tea room has a crepe selection to write home about. Those determined to sneak some veggies into their diet can make a meal out of the spinach and mushroom crepe with bechamel, gruyere and a side salad. There’s also an inventive seafood crepe (bay scallop, shrimp, cod, sherry cream, gruyere) known for keeping summer cravings at bay. But nothing beats the lauded eggs Benedict crepe made with scrambled eggs, Canadian bacon, gruyere and hollandaise. Locals call it “delectable.” Phone: 516-208-8521 | Address: 230 Merrick Rd Click to go

Sweet ‘n’ Savory, Port Jefferson and Patchogue

A restaurant with 40 crepe flavors on the menu, Sweet ‘n’ Savory means serious business. Fulfill breakfast cravings any hour of the day with rich options like the avocado sunset (eggs, turkey, avocado, cheddar, tomato, spinach) or the hungry man (eggs, ham, sausage, bacon and cheddar). There are also savory crepes, vegetarian crepes and sweet crepes like the dessert-style half-baked. It’s comprised of chocolate chip cookies, chocolate brownies, caramel, chocolate syrup, ice cream and whipped cream. Word to the wise: come hungry or bring friends. Click to go

Crazy Crepe Café, Various Locations

A stomping ground for brunch enthusiasts, this fun café was made for crepe lovers. Breakfast-style, sweet, savory and gluten-free—it is hard to make a wrong choice. Customers rave about the dirty banana (Nutella and bananas) that can be served with a scoop of ice cream for an extra $1 and the honey barbeque (chicken, honey BBQ sauce, bacon, ranch, cheddar cheese) served with a side salad. Click to go

Country Corner Café, Southold

When the tide takes you east, head to this village gem. Breakfast is served from 8am-8pm (Thursday-Sunday) and 8am-3pm (Monday and Wednesday), giving diners plenty of time to indulge in 16-inch homemade crepes topped with powered sugar and served with whipped cream. Snag a table in one of the comfy red booths amidst warm, wooden paneling and try something different like the caramelized apple crepe with cinnamon, brown sugar and nutmeg. Phone: 631-765-6766 | Address: 55765 NY-25 Click to go

Fresco Creperie & Café, Williston Park and Long Beach

Known for its generous sizes, this cute little café has crepes for every craving. Try something hardy like the country crepe with ground sausage and sliced potato with caramelized onion and cheddar. Or sway into sweeter waters with the hedgehog made of a medley of coconut, almonds and Belgian dark chocolate. Click to go