Pauley’s marshmallow-filled s’mores crepe is drizzled with chocolate “ganache.” (Rachel Justis, I Do Social Agency)

Pauley’s Crepe Bar closes in West Midtown

Athens location to remain open

An Athens favorite has closed its doors in Atlanta after nearly three years.

Pauley’s Crepe Bar closed earlier this month at 935 Marietta St. NW in West Midtown, What Now Atlanta first reported and an employee at the Athens location confirmed to the AJC.

The Atlanta location opened in April 2016. The original Athens location, which remains open, debuted in 2008.

Pauley’s menu featured a variety of sweet and savory crepes, sandwiches and salads. Former AJC food writer Elizabeth Lenhard was critical of the food when she reviewed the restaurant in late 2016, writing, “nostalgia is Pauley’s driving force.”

The AJC has reached out to Pauley’s for more details on the closure.

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