On the corner of 16th and Valencia. Ti Couz specializes in crepes as they are made in Bretagne (Brittany, for the non-Frenchies). They are whole-wheat and kind of crisp, not like the white chewy crepes you get elsewhere. It’s a build-it-yourself kind of place, so while you can get a pretty filling crepe for under $10, you can also go all out and pay more. I had egg, ham, cheese, and caramelized onion, and it was pretty yummy. Jordan had a bok choy and shiitake mushroom with gingered cream on top, which was also pretty tasty.
They also have a pretty wide range of drinks, alcoholic and non. It’s not a budget place to eat until you’re stuffed, but for brunch, an early dinner, or a dessert (open until 11), Ti Couz would be a pretty good bet.