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Established in 2008, the French Market serves Authentic French Crepes, both Savory and Sweet, Soups, Salads, Pomme Frites, Bignets, Beer, Wine, Sodas, and Mixed Drinks. Open 7 Days for Breakfast and Lunch and Tuesday-Saturday nights for Dinner.
The French Market is a great place for a sweet treat while shopping downtown, to grab a quick savory crepe lunch, or the perfect way to end a date night. You cannot go wrong with anything on the medium. Zapps potato chips are a nice...More
We came here for breakfast before our tour of UT and boy were we please we did. The portions are big and tasty and it is a nice atmosphere and just a short walk from the Knoxville Convention Center. Highly recommended.
Date of visit: November 2019
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crepecooker, Manager at The French Market Creperie, responded to this reviewResponded December 3, 2019
We were referred to this place for our first breakfast in TN. Food was not traditional but was serviced with great care. The owners are great and will do what ever is needed to make your visit a pleasent one
For a little taste of France, drop by the French Market. This cafe offers a unique dining experience complete with great service and wonderful food, presented in a lovely bistro setting. We visited for a pre-show dinner, the crepes are outstanding and the experience was...More
Glad we stopped in while passing through. Breakfast croissant, savory crepe & dessert crepe were all great. Chairs were hard and uncomfortable. The decor and ambiance is the cutest. Would definitely return!
Terrific dinner. Was heading up to the main square and saw this was open for dinner. Had a veggie crepe and a dessert crepe. Both very well made and not dry like in so many places. Nice staff, good AC.
Sometimes it's nice to just get what you expect, and that's the case here. Just off the main drag, tucked away just a tad, once you walk in it's clear what's going on: the atmosphere is what most Americans would expect from a French creperie....More