Sweet Devotion brings France to Bel Air

Sweet Devotion brings France to Bel Air

Emily Clarke

This delectable s’mores crepe from Sweet Devotion is just one of many enjoyable options on Sweet Devotion’s menu. Sweet Devotion offers a variety of sweet and savory crepes.

Emily Clarke, Print Chief

Living in Bel Air, it’s hard to find a crepe, let alone a decent one. Luckily for the inner Frenchman in us all, Sweet Devotion Cupcake and Creperie Café is up to the task.

A quaint café  in a small Have de Grace shopping center, Sweet Devotion is locally famous for its cupcakes. However, they also have a wide array of sweet and savory crepes.

After walking in, I ordered, paid, and found a seat.  I attempted to satisfy my sweet tooth by ordering a s’mores crepe.  Also wanting something sweet, my friend ordered a chocolate chip waffle.

There were about six tables, a counter with stools, and a couch for those willing to eat without a table. The food came out within 10 minutes and smelled irresistible, though it may have smelled so delicious because I hadn’t eaten anything yet and hadn’t realized how hungry I was.   Maybe the sweet smell made me nostalgic of the crepes stands I remember from Paris.  Either way, I dug right in.

The crepe was golden brown and had just the right amount of crunch to it. In the very first bite, the inside ingredients exploded with flavor. It was a rush of chocolate, marshmallow fluff, and crushed up graham cracker. The crepe was stuffed with the welcome tastes of a s’more at a bonfire.

My friend’s waffle was tasty and had just the right amount of chocolate chips in it, but it was nothing out of this world. The crepes are what I would come back for.

If you don’t have a sweet tooth, fret not, Sweet Devotion has a few choices of breakfast-friendly savory crepes. If you’re one of those people who eats lunch for breakfast, they also have lunch crepes. You really can’t go wrong with Sweet Devotion, no matter your preference.

Emily Clarke is the Print Chief for The Patriot and jcpatriot.com.