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CREPES BONAPARTE

Public Health sanitary inspection grade of an A.
Breakfast

BREAKFAST

VEGAN

VEGAN

Minority Owned

MINORITY OWNED

20 FT

18 FT

Crepes are a definite crowd-favorite, especially when made by the famous Crepes Bonaparte. The crepe food trucks— Gaston and Pierre— make appearances all over farmers’ markets around Los Angeles, earning them their reputation for the absolute best crepes in LA. They also offer an astounding array of options— from a mascarpone, banana, and cinnamon sugar dessert crepe to a breakfast crepe made of avocado, bacon, roasted tomato, cheddar, and egg— that satisfy any and all of your cravings. Part of what makes these crepe dessert trucks one-of-a-kind, too, is that they make sure not to sacrifice quality for quantity. Even with the dessert trucks’ capability to make a wide range of different crepes for a high-capacity of people, each crepe is made with the same perfectionism, passion, and attention to detail as the last. Want to add some bubbly fun to your event? You can request ‘The Mimosa Bar’ to go along with Crepes Bonaparte’s catering options for an unforgettable experience! So, if you want to enjoy rich, savory & sweet crepes with refreshing mimosas that’ll make you feel like you’re staring at the Eiffel Tower from a quaint pastry shop, visit and book one of the Crepes Bonaparte food trucks now!

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MEET CHRISTIAN & DANIELLE MURCIA

Husband and wife Christian and Danielle Murcia opened Crepes Bonaparte together over a decade ago. Partners in life, love, and crepes, they’ve always shared the same dream of recreating the experience of enjoying French pastries on the streets of France in Los Angeles. With their ‘to-die-for’ savory and dessert style crepes, they’ve done exactly that, gaining a lot of recognition along the way. Namely, Crepes Bonaparte food trucks have been featured on Food Network’s The Great Food Truck Race and Giada at Home, Cooking Channel’s Eat Street, and they were also named as one of the the Top 20 food trucks by QSR Magazine. Paris may be known as the ‘city of love,’ but food truck owners with a story like Christian and Danielle’s make Los Angeles a close second.

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