Owned and operated by members of the hearing-impaired community, this simple, airy bistro is the second location of the Dripping Springs–based crêperie. Both sweet and savory versions deliver on flavor and size, the fillings cradled in spongy white-flour crepes. Our favorites included the prosciutto and arugula with apricot jam and gooey melted Brie and the traditional ham and Swiss with tomatoes and a smear of Dijon mustard (our wish list includes the gluten-free buckwheat crepe commonly found in Brittany). For dessert we couldn’t decide which we liked best: classic butter and lemon (without the suggested caramel sauce) or rich Nutella with fresh strawberries and banana.