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Crepes get crazy in Smithtown and Selden
Crazy Crepe made its debut last week in the former Smithtown home of Lemon Leaf Thai. This is the second such creperie for owner Kevin Muller, who launched the original Crazy Crepe in Selden this winter.
Both counter-serve spots offer sweet and savory crepes, Belgian waffles, smoothies, salads and wraps. There's a crepe with ham and cheese ($7.50), a Buffalo crepe with chicken, Cheddar, hot sauce, bacon and ranch or Blue cheese dressing ($8.50), a dirty banana crepe with nutella and sliced bananas ($6.50) and an apple harvest crepe with Granny Smith apple, walnuts and caramel ($6.95). Also on the menu: a Belgian waffle with strawberries and cream ($5.95), a piña colada smoothie ($3.99), a spinach salad ($4.99) and a BBQ chicken wrap ($6.99).
Crazy Crepe is at 71 E. Main St., Smithtown, 631-656-8866 and 1070 Middle Country Rd., Selden, 631-451-2740.