Crepe Crazy

Peacestar10

I went there few times. They are friendly people. They follow my instructions on the foods or drinks that I asked. 5 stars!!

  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Well Lit Environment
  • Service Animal Allowed
  • Knows Sign Language
  • Subtitles/Closed Caption/Open Caption
  • Positive Attitude
  • Speaks Clearly
  • Makes Eye Contact

DEAFining ASL

Deaf owned business in Austin near Texas school for the Deaf. I absolutely love the environment and the staff. I was able to communicate in sign to each members. 

  • Willingness to Gesture
  • Pen and Paper Available
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Service Animal Allowed
  • Experience Hiring Interpreter
  • Schedule/Order On-line or E-mail
  • Subtitles/Closed Caption/Open Caption
  • Assisted Listening Devices
  • Accepts Relay Calls
  • Positive Attitude
  • Knows Sign Language
  • Speaks Clearly
  • Makes Eye Contact

echo

This business is deaf-owned and operated. I was able to communicate effectively using ASL to order my food. Easy Peasy!! I also noticed a few hearing customers come in and practice their ASL to order food. It made for a very accessible environment where I could chat with strangers. Very rare to be able to do that in most eateries! The Nutella Royale is super good if you like rich chocolate

  • Willingness to Gesture
  • Well Lit Environment
  • Schedule/Order On-line or E-mail
  • Positive Attitude
  • Knows Sign Language
  • Makes Eye Contact

Kate

I stopped by this place again when I was in town with family and we all had a great time. We enjoyed our crepes that we ordered and it was nice for my hearing family to experience what it's like to visit a Deaf-owned business. Kudos to you for making our dining experience pleasant and positive! 

Melissa Elmira Yingst

This is an amazing place! I always make sure to try and attend whenever I am in Austin!

Not only is it super cool to see hearing people get the "Deaf" experience, but the service is WARM, and very welcoming! Easy to communicate with everyone. 

The food is DELICIOUS!  I love the brie and apricot crepe!  I also love the southwestern crepe!  Heck, I love them all :) 


  • Willingness to Gesture
  • Pen and Paper Available
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Well Lit Environment
  • Schedule/Order On-line or E-mail
  • Positive Attitude
  • Knows Sign Language
  • Makes Eye Contact

Kate

I was so excited when I was able to visit this location because it's been on my list ever since I first heard about them opening their own permanent location. The Deaf person who took our order was friendly and skilled with accommodating to our different levels of signing skills. My hearing sister was able to order drink/food for her husband and herself with no issues. It was SO nice (and fun) being able to order my food in ASL without needing to write on paper. I don't get to do that very much so it was really cool being able to be myself in a Deaf-owned and Deaf-run business! We all liked our food very much. I did think my cinnamon sugar crepe was a tad too sweet in the folded parts because there were 2-3x sugar as usual when it got folded. But I still thought the crepe was yummy and I really want to visit this location again the next time I'm in the area (or make a big detour!). 

  • Willingness to Gesture
  • Pen and Paper Available
  • Well Lit Environment
  • Knows Sign Language
  • Positive Attitude
  • Makes Eye Contact

Local Tasters

One of another excellent places that uses ASL and makes mouthwatering crepes! 

The staff are very friendly and use ASL when communicate with customers. They were very clear and made sure that they got the orders right -- they would suggest the good food items or add anything to our orders that they think we would enjoy. I love how they would come around to check on us and if our service went well as expected. 

I come here with visitors every time and those different times, I always order different kind of crepe flavors. And they are all delicious! Their lemon zest dust is my personal favorite-- lemony and sweet, just a perfect combination!

  • Willingness to Gesture
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Well Lit Environment
  • Accepts Relay Calls
  • Positive Attitude
  • Knows Sign Language
  • Makes Eye Contact

Anonymous User

Love it when I see all of their staff using sign language to communicate! 

  • Makes Eye Contact
  • Knows Sign Language
  • Positive Attitude
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