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The restaurant’s O’Cinnamon Rolls ($11.99) are eight sushi-styled rolls, filled with cinnamon frosting, caramel sauce and banana, and topped with strawberries. Photos by Erin Yarnall/22nd Century Media
Jake’s Classic crepe ($10.99) is filled with ham, cheddar, green onions, roasted salsa and mushroom sauce. For an additional two dollars, it can be ordered loaded with the addition of greens and mushrooms.
The Lox and Loaded crepe ($14.99) is served sushi-style, and is made with a buckwheat crepe, filled with smoked salmon, herb cream cheese, raw onions, capers and pico de gallo.
The restaurant makes its own vegan batter, and makes crepes to order to accomodate customers.
Featured on the restaurant’s savory menu, the Veggie Pesto Scramble ($11.99) is made with a thin, crepe-like scrambled egg and filled with sauteed mushrooms, petite micro greens and mozzarella, with pesto drizzled over the top.
Gotta B Crepe’s current special is the Winter Feast ($15), a kale crepe filled with roasted garlic, butternut squash, sweet potatoes, carrots, sunchokes, radish, turnips, goat cheese, pesto and topped with a beet sauce.
Megan Bernard, Contributing Editor
2:42 am CST February 9, 2020

Ryan and Kathia Jones have come a long way since making crepes on a pancake griddle on their front porch.

After taking their business on the road and working at nearly 1,500 farmers markets and on-site events within 10 years, the Wilmette couple now own a brick-and-mortar shop on Central Street in nearby Evanston. 

The Joneses opened Gotta B Crepes in 2018 to “establish more of a foundation with a location,” Ryan Jones said.