796 Indian Rocks Rd N
For a taste of France, specifically those delicious crepes, head over to Le Bouchon Bistro. Get your brunch on with your choice of a light, paper-thin crepe stuffed with chicken and chives, vegetables in a Boursin herb cream sauce, or seafood du jour, which is made of the fish of the day and shrimp. All crepes are $7.50 at Le Bouchon Bistro.
16909 Gulf Boulevard N.
Frog Pond serves up breakfast classics with a creative spin. They offer crepes, as well as an assortment of other sweet-minded breakfast staples. Bacon Waffles ($7.10) stick out as the weirdest. It's one of those, “I must try that,” items on the menu. To settle that sweet tooth, the bananas foster Belgian waffles ($8.15) sound absolutely delicious. They offer two varietes of crepes as well: fresh fruit crepes ($8.30) as well as crepes of the day ($8.50) served with homefries and fresh fruit.
7800 Ulmerton Rd.
A chain restaurant, but a quality one nonetheless, IHOP does not mess around when it comes to their beloved buttermilk pancakes and savory crepes. From blueberry to cinnamon apple, even New York cheesecake, IHOP’s got their bases more than covered when it comes to a wide variety of inventive and flavorful pancakes. The menu of crepes is also diverse, including garden stuffed Swiss cheese and eggs scrambled with fresh spinach, mushrooms and onions. Topping include hollandaise, diced tomatoes, bacon, and cheddar; and scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese and bacon.