The Crooked Tree

★★★★★
  • 110 St Marks Pl

    New York, NY 10009

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  • 212-533-3299

About The Crooked Tree

Hours
Monday 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM Tuesday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Wednesday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Thursday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Friday 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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You've gotta try the dessert crepes. If you are a plain jane and like lemons-- try the lemon crepe (at a great price of $4) it has a great tangy taste which doesn't over power the taste of the crepe. Also, for all of you caramel lover out

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You've gotta try the dessert crepes. If you are a plain jane and like lemons-- try the lemon crepe (at a great price of $4) it has a great tangy taste which doesn't over power the taste of the crepe. Also, for all of you caramel lover out

Pros: Amazing dessert!

Cons: Location, but the food out rules any of the cons!

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We stopped here after eating at Cafe Mogador right on the same block...also delicious. We ordered two crepes; the belgian chocolate with banana and our friends got dulce de leche. Both were absolutely delicious. Quaint little eatery and

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We stopped here after eating at Cafe Mogador right on the same block...also delicious. We ordered two crepes; the belgian chocolate with banana and our friends got dulce de leche. Both were absolutely delicious. Quaint little eatery and

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the best crepes. cnooked (<--- i tried to write the name there but citysearch deemed it an inappropirate workd) tree has mastered their crepe filling concoctions and will leave you wondering why you do not have a personal french chef in

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the best crepes. cnooked (<--- i tried to write the name there but citysearch deemed it an inappropirate workd) tree has mastered their crepe filling concoctions and will leave you wondering why you do not have a personal french chef in

Pros: the beautiful tree that is always lit outside

Cons: a one or two ppl bring along place, not a group place

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I've been going to there for years...actually 7 years, since I first came to NY! I fell in love with this place...such a cool vibe... and the crepes are just so delicious! \r
I love going there by myself or with my friends... it's a great

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I've been going to there for years...actually 7 years, since I first came to NY! I fell in love with this place...such a cool vibe... and the crepes are just so delicious! \r
I love going there by myself or with my friends... it's a great

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my favorite desert spot in the city, period. would definitely recomend for first dates, especially if you're trying to impress the wiiiiiiiiife:) very niiiiiiiice!!!

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my favorite desert spot in the city, period. would definitely recomend for first dates, especially if you're trying to impress the wiiiiiiiiife:) very niiiiiiiice!!!

Pros: great nutela banana crepe.

Cons: need more room for parties.

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The crepes are tasty as hell. Especially the banana chocolate strawberry. They flambe it for you. The service there is awesome, always making sure that you're ok, but not in a pushy annoying way. And if you love carribian/ spanish music

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The crepes are tasty as hell. Especially the banana chocolate strawberry. They flambe it for you. The service there is awesome, always making sure that you're ok, but not in a pushy annoying way. And if you love carribian/ spanish music

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the crepes are delicious, atmoshere is chill - worth taking a 2 hour lunch as I will go out of my way to get down there.

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the crepes are delicious, atmoshere is chill - worth taking a 2 hour lunch as I will go out of my way to get down there.

Pros: delicious food, great staff

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This place is run by a group of old friends who truly love each other and this little spot on the end of saint mark's. It shows in the tasty food, the service, the presentation. These guys deserve support for keeping it real, keeping some

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This place is run by a group of old friends who truly love each other and this little spot on the end of saint mark's. It shows in the tasty food, the service, the presentation. These guys deserve support for keeping it real, keeping some

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My friends took me here for my birthday dinner the other night. I had an amazing dinner, and my dessert crepes were so good. The location is so cute, and the sweet little crepe cafe is perfect. They had lots of different wines for us, and

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My friends took me here for my birthday dinner the other night. I had an amazing dinner, and my dessert crepes were so good. The location is so cute, and the sweet little crepe cafe is perfect. They had lots of different wines for us, and

Pros: sweet crepes, great salad

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My husband and I randomly stumbled on this place after our nearby destination was having a private party. What great luck! CT is charming and cozy, with a lrelaxed staff and delicious menu. The wine list and dinner selection is small,

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My husband and I randomly stumbled on this place after our nearby destination was having a private party. What great luck! CT is charming and cozy, with a lrelaxed staff and delicious menu. The wine list and dinner selection is small,

Pros: There are no wrong turns on the menu and the specials are divine

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Simply the best creperie in NYC. The place is small and romantic, its in the heart of St. Marks...so many things going on outside to people watch. The crepes are soo good, and so is all of the food on the menu. They have all different

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Simply the best creperie in NYC. The place is small and romantic, its in the heart of St. Marks...so many things going on outside to people watch. The crepes are soo good, and so is all of the food on the menu. They have all different

Pros: awesome crepes and staff

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This is a great little spot. The menu includes sandwiches, salads and crepes, and everything I've had there has been fresh, tasty, and very satisfying. The are often out of the soup by dinner time though, and the beer selection is

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This is a great little spot. The menu includes sandwiches, salads and crepes, and everything I've had there has been fresh, tasty, and very satisfying. The are often out of the soup by dinner time though, and the beer selection is

Pros: great food

Cons: menu doesn't always match their actual offerings for the day

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Since renovating this intimate and cozy little french cafe, the food has maintained its quality and the atmosphere has improved. A great place to go on a first date if your priorities are good food and atmosphere over impressive wallet

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Since renovating this intimate and cozy little french cafe, the food has maintained its quality and the atmosphere has improved. A great place to go on a first date if your priorities are good food and atmosphere over impressive wallet

Pros: food, sangria, charm

Cons: location can be annoying to get to on a friday night.

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Get the best of Francophilian fare by having dessert at this delectable crêperie. Our group waited patiently for over fifteen minutes in the brisk night air a few months ago for a table to open up, but it was well worth it, even for

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Get the best of Francophilian fare by having dessert at this delectable crêperie. Our group waited patiently for over fifteen minutes in the brisk night air a few months ago for a table to open up, but it was well worth it, even for

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if i remember right this was the little creperie place i ate at while i was walking solo around st marks place one evening a few months back. ambiance--cute, small, dimly lit by candles. food--i had a savory crepe as a light dinner which

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if i remember right this was the little creperie place i ate at while i was walking solo around st marks place one evening a few months back. ambiance--cute, small, dimly lit by candles. food--i had a savory crepe as a light dinner which

Pros: tasty food, GREAT hot chocolate, very friendly service

Cons: pretty small, maybe a little too dimly lit

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This diminutive, rustically clad eatery on a leafy stretch of St. Mark's Place in the East Village is mostly known for the varieties of crepes that are served: there are versions stuffed with spinach and goat cheese; Brie, arugula and…

 

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