Crepes may be the main claim-to-fame at CoCo’s Crepes & Coffee, but visitors can also expect espresso-infused drinks, smoothies, gelato and a solid panini selection. Tucked beneath the Post Midtown Square apartments, Coco’s opened in 2005, bringing a little Parisian flair to West Gray.
Inside the small, counter-service restaurant, patrons find a menu filled with light bites, build-your-own options and crepe offerings that land in one of two categories: Savory or sweet. The Nutella Crepe remains a sweet standout, while the Moroccan sausage tops the savory list. Though there is some seating inside, most guests prefer to dine on the shady cobblestone patio, where they can enjoy the light breeze and take in the Midtown bustle.
CoCo’s is open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night.