Whether you are a resident of the Austin, Texas area, or your travels bring you to this part of the U.S., support a new Deaf owned restaurant by paying a visit to Crepe Crazy. The restaurant is located in Dripping Springs, Texas, approximately forty-five minutes outside of Austin, and is owned by a Deaf couple, Vladimir and Inna Giterman, and operated by Deaf staff. This restaurant is relatively new (a grand opening was held in May earlier this year) and has since been greeted with rave reviews. The menu has a wide range of crepes from savory to sweet to satisfy a variety of taste buds. Since opening its doors, Crepe Crazy has attracted Deaf and hearing customers alike, many of whom have become repeat customers.
The idea for opening a crepe restaurant was a natural choice for Vladimir and Inna Giterman, who are of European descent Vladimir was inspired by watching his mother making crepes, and he continues to use authentic techniques to bring a taste of Europe to the U.S. Although their restaurant has only been open for a short time, the couple has years of experience making their delicious crepes. Prior to operating their permanent location in Dripping Springs, they frequented many fairs and festivals throughout Texas in their Crepe Crazy food stand. Crepe Crazy will continue to make appearances in their food stand at upcoming festivals. For those of you planning to spend the holiday season in Austin, you can try Crepe Crazy for yourself at the Austin Trail of Lights December 7-21.
Due to popular demand, the Crepe Crazy restaurant is now open seven days a week: Monday-Saturday – 8am-8pm and Sunday – 8am-3pm. For more information regarding their menu, location, catering, and upcoming festivals, visit their website at crepecrazy.com.