Pauley’s Crepe Bar Shutters In West Midtown

Original Athens location is still in business.

Pauley’s Crepe Bar over the weekend shuttered its West Midtown location for good.

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An employee at the original Athens outpost confirmed the news in a telephone conversation with What Now Atlanta (WNA) Monday.

The restaurant has since been removed from the company’s website.

Pauley’s Crepe Bar first debuted its West Midtown location in April 2016.

It was situated on the ground level of the 935M Apartments, at 935 Marietta St NW.

It offered crepes, salads, and sandwiches in addition to 40 beers on draft and over 100 rotating beers in bottles and cans.

Pauley’s Crepe Bar is the second restaurant on the corner of Marietta and Hampton Streets to shutter recently.

Neighboring Figo Pasta closed down last year.

While the Turkey Leg Hut out of Houston will most likely replace Figo, the fate of the Pauley’s space is unknown.

Ownership did not immediately respond to WNA’s request for comment.

Pauley's Crepe Bar - West Midtown - Closed
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1 year ago

As I drove by recently I, not a place that I need to go back to. Now I guess that is true.

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