You’re Full of Crepe!

November 16, 2009

Ever fantasize about a ménage à trois with Annette, Claire and Jessica? Or maybe Shannon, Liz or Melinda are more your taste. Now, you don’t have to choose because there is a great variety of women just waiting for you to try them in midtown Detroit.

But if you’re looking for sex, you’re in the wrong location. Because at Good Girls Go to Paris, you’re only going to find the finest in crepes.

Good Girls Go to Paris Crepes started off as quite the “hole in the wall” creperie in Downtown Detroit. Now owner-operator Torya Blanchard has opened another location, in Midtown, next to the Detroit Institute of the Arts. While the downtown location is cute for its walk-up accessibility and authentic French creperie flair, the Midtown location allows patrons to sit down and enjoy a crepe among lush-red walls and sexy large-scale vintage movie posters (French movies, bien sur).
good girls go to paris liz crepe

Liz: strawberries, blueberries and nutella

The crepes come in both sweet and savory varieties, making this an ideal location for Brunch. However, Good Girls’ hours accommodate for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even a late dessert. You have a choice of 20 different crepe varieties named after women, from somewhat tames Leslie (wildberry jam and butter), to the more adventurous Jeanette (prosciutto, mozzarella, tomatoes, olive oil and herb de provence) to the exotically Frenchy Pascalle (chevre and fig jam).

Another thing to be noted about the crepes is that they are quite large. This is good if you’re looking for a big, filling meal, but I warn you, you may not be able to finish the whole thing. But fear not, they offer to-go boxes.

Good Girls Go to Paris is a fun location to eat. Not only is it in close proximity to the art museum so you can pair French food with French art, the staff is cute and friendly in their French maid uniforms (one staffer wore them with green rainboots). If you happen to be in midtown, you have no excuse to check this out.

And while you’re checking things out, take a look at this video about Good Girls Go to Paris’ downtown location: