Crêpe du Jour opens on Main Street downtown Greenville


Crêpe du Jour Café and Wine, 20 S. Main St., opened its doors officially Sept. 6, more than a year after it was announced to the public.

The breakfast, lunch, and dinner restaurant took over the 2,800-square-foot former Moe Joe Coffee between West Washington Street and West Mcbee Avenue.

The menu offers a wide variety of savory and sweet crêpes, including vegan, gluten free, and 21-plus options, as well as traditional breakfast items, such as eggs benedict, cured meats, and waffles. Salads are available for lunch and dinner alongside additional, more substantial crêpe offerings.

The beverage menu includes Counter Culture coffee and espresso drinks during the day, and specialty cocktails, French wines, and craft beers at night.

The shotgun style restaurant is decorated with sleek white marble, black accents, and whitewashed exposed brick. High-top tables and bar seating at the front provide a view of the bar and coffee bar, and low-top tables at the back allow diners to view the action in the open kitchen.

Hours are Monday-Wednesday, 7 a.m.-4 p.m. and Thursday-Sunday, 7 a.m.-10 p.m. The bar will remain open until midnight on weekends.



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