There aren't too many creperies in New
York, and most of the ones we do have are lousy. Good crepes aren't just made by pouring batter on a hot disc; the are supposed to be light to the point of ethereality. Crepes du Nord are exemplary, and cheap, and -- amazingly -- the place even has a beer and wine license, which is surprising, because it's the size of a volkswagen.
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The combination of traditional French crepe making technique, Scandinavian ingredients, very reasonably prices and a surprisingly ample wine list is unsurprisingly successful--especially in a neighborhood this devoid of options.