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Posted by Steven Jon Kaplan on 11/08/2013
The best part about this cheerful cafe is that you can watch your food being made and request any personal modifications which you would like. Not everyone who works here is equally friendly, but most of the staff go out of their way to be helpful and will get to know you if you become a repeat customer. The lighting and decorations are upbeat, and the owner has selected music which is offbeat and more interesting than the usual radio fare. My favorite savory crepe is Casablanca (La Petite Mort is very good also), and the best sweet one is Decadent, although Insolent is a top sweet choice if you like something unusual. My latest breakfast favorite is the Delectable one with eggs, spinach, mozzarella, and tomatoes. Delicious!
Posted by John Cooper on 06/05/2012
I went to Cafe' Jolie for an ice cream cone. First they charged me $1 for sprinkles, then they handed me a totally melted blob of ice cream The Ice Cream was already running down my wrist when I asked if that's what I get for my five dollars. The guy handed me a cup (NO SPOON) So I left it sitting there. There was no replacement cone just a pile of melted blob cream sitting on the counter. If you like good ice cream don't go to Cafe Jolie
Posted by Nina on 08/07/2011
Overall the place wasn't bad, but they had sauces listed on the menu, which they didn't serve. When I asked the server/manager for the sauce, she said they didn't have it, and I pointed out that the menu said they did, she only gave me a bad look repeating that they didn't have it. No explanation, no apology.. She gave me a look like I was crazy for asking ... Very bad experience. First the attitude that I received, second the crepes were dry...
Posted by Linda on 06/24/2011
What a delightful surprise to find a charming and delicious crepe place. The food was very good and the owner? server was very accommodating. I don't eat nuts and I can't eat strawberries; it was no problem to substitute for either. The sevice was with a smile and the atmosphere and was it little bit French.