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March 7th, 2011 3:28 pm REBECCA JACOBSON | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2011: Le Happy

Le Happy hits an ideal balance of sassy and sweet with red light bulbs and busted eyeglasses tacked to the walls, as well as a cheerful patchwork jumble of plastic flowers above the bar and votive candles set at each table. This crêperie’s offerings are appropriately varied as well. Go classy with the Ma Provence, a comforting, herby blend of chicken, tomatoes and cheeses ($8) or coarse with Le Trash Blanc, a bacon and cheddar crêpe ($6, $7.50 with a PBR). The sweet crêpes are the ones that really sing, including the tart citron gingembre ($6), filled with tangy lemon curd and punches of fresh ginger, or anything with the house semisweet chocolate sauce. Bonus points: Le Happy is open late and boasts a sizable cocktail roster, and it’s got a serious stack of board games in the back.

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