This place has fabulous crepes, great service, and a relaxing atmosphere that I would highly recommend experiencing for yourself.
The food here is amazing. Staff is friendly and very accommodating. Prices are reasonable. I'll frequent and recommend.
On Sunday, November 22, 2015, I had lunch in the CrêpeWorx, 158 North Loudoun Street, in Winchester, Virginia's Old Town Mall. Hours are Monday-Thursday, 7:30 AM-3:00 PM; Friday, 7:30 AM-9:00 PM; Saturday, 9:00 AM-9:00 PM; Sunday, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM.
The phone number is (540) 686-7481, and the Web site is http://www.crepeworx.com/. This is a dine-in restaurant with carryout service. Four fenced-in metal tables provide seating on the sidewalk.
The recessed entrance between the two front windows has no vestibule, and slopes upward from the sidewalk level. The single room's floor is imitation light hardwood and the ceiling is white acoustic tile. The walls are a light gray, decorated with pictures, abstract art, and menu charts.
An alcove in the left front window with a raised floor has a narrow shelf along the wall with four stools. In the center, seating along the right and left walls has padded benches facing tables with chairs.
Other tables with chairs are in the middle of the room. Crystal chandeliers provide ample lighting. I didn't hear any music or see any TV screens.
A small crêpe kitchen in the back of the room with two circular 15-inch grills allows you to watch crêpes being made. A larger kitchen off the hall to the rest rooms provides additional capacity.
I watched the attendant prepare two crêpes, and found the process interesting. After both sides have been baked (fried?), the fillings are added, and the sides folded in to provide a square product. It was interesting to watch.
Two of my daughters were with me. Our server was Chelsea, who told us that the CrêpeWorx had just opened that Monday. The double-sided menu card offered a Build Your Own check-off feature.
This allowed you to specify the Batter, Meats, Cheeses, Fruits, Veggies, Toppings, Sweet Sauces, and Savory Sauces for your crêpes; sides were also listed, as were Kids crêpes for $5.00; one of the latter was PB & J.
The menu's flip side included an assortment of standard crêpes; five Breakfast varieties for $6.00, six Savory choices for $7.50, and six Sweet choices for $6.50. Sides were Sweet Potato Fries, $2.00; Parisian Salad, $2.25; and Fruit, $2.50. Beverages were not listed; they had coffee and tea, but no hot chocolate.
We did not elect the Build Your Own option. All three of us ordered from the Savory Menu; one daughter chose a Cobb crepe with Bacon, Spinach, Cheddar, and Avocado Cream. The other had a Mediterranean crêpe with Chicken, Tomato, Mozzarella, Artichoke, and Pesto Cream.
I decided on a Fiesta crêpe with Chicken, Pepper Jack, Pico de Gallo, and Chipotle Cream; the combination of Pepper Jack and Chipotle was not overly spicy. The girls shared a side order of Sweet Potato Fries. All three of us agreed that the crêpes were very good. I am putting CrêpeWorx on my keeper list.
Note the 3:00 PM closing time on Monday-Thursday. The most recent eatery at this location was Patsy's Pastry Pizza's II. Bartley's Shoe Repair operated here for many years, and before that several women's dress shops used these premises.