The Pop-up Crepe Chalet of Your Winter Wonderland Dreams Is Back

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Written by Step Out Staff

Published on November 1, 2022
Photo courtesy of Coco Bar & Bistro

During Covid while indoor dining at bars and restaurants was shuttered across Western New York, locally-owned Coco Bar & Bistro on Main Street in Downtown Buffalo pivoted by opening an outdoor Crepe Chalet. No surprise, the vibe was everything we hoped it would be and more.

Lucky for Buffalo and Western New York, Coco’s Crepe Chalet is back for the season. Hours are Friday and Saturday 1-7 pm and Sunday 12-6 pm.


The food stand is exactly what we love to see and crave more of around here, especially during the holidays and a chilly Buffalo winter. Channeling major French/Canadian vibes, the chalet offers a menu of Paris street crepes – both sweet and savory. Last year they also offered baguettes, desserts, and specialty drinks to be enjoyed among outdoor heaters, bistro tables, blankets, and strung Christmas lights. Aka perfection.

Full Service

Coco Bar & Bistro

888 Main St. Buffalo, New York 14202 • $$$$$


  • French

Coco's oozes 'relax and enjoy the evening'. This charming neighborhood spot has everything but a neighborhood. We love the vibe, and the Coq au vin almost ...

  • Patio
  • Bar Area
  • Handicap Access
  • Happy Hour
  • Reservations

This post was originally published in 2020 and has been updated.

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