Our bubble teas were excellent, we had the little piggy crepe which was pretty good. It does need some cleaning as it was overcrowded with supplies. It was a rainy day so we didn't use the patio. Service could be amped up as there was...More
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From the outside, it looks like a nice place, a bit calmer than the main street. But the inside is hot and it looks dirty. Juices don't seem fresh (from powder?) and extremely sweet. Iced tea is bland, as another person mentioned. Walk a bit...More
We were in Georgetown looking for something fast an inexpensive. The sign jumped out at us. There was unexpectedly nice ourdoor seating and it was a beautiful day. I had a Panini and my wife got a salad. both very inexpensive.
Last several times in D.C we have searched for ice cream and nver found it. This time it was only couple blocks from our hotel. Homemade ice cream with variety of flavors.
We were looking for a nice place to grab lunch and found Snap Crepes online. The food was okay but the restaurant needs a good cleaning and a fresh cost of paint.
We had lunch here on the last day of our vacation, only wish we found out about this place earlier. I had a Greek panini (yummy!) which comes with chips, and raspberry smoothie (refreshing and not to overwhelmingly sweet), my husband had a Monster Mash...More
I was teased by the sign on M street pointing to Bubble Tea and Crepes. My bubble tea was bland and not even refreshing. It was luke cold, if thats even a term. What a disappointment. Most people who were there were ordering crepes.
My bubble tea tasted like water and my crepe was not very good. If you're looking for good bubble tea, this is not the place.
The big surprise for me about this place is that it has a sprawling outdoor dining area in the back. You'd never know this from just looking at the front. Although this place is known for creps, I went with the Mad Mike...it's hot but...More