December 8th, 2016
Whether it be for a quick carry-out breakfast or a leisurely outdoor brunch experience, Oby Lee is the go-to spot for breakfast loving locals with a sweet tooth. This humble creperie smells deliciously of warm butter, a scent that pairs well with the interesting butterfly displays and international clock decor.
Oby Lee’s closes on Mondays to roast their own coffee beans, but guests say they make the best crepes in the Clarendon area Tuesday through Sunday. While many stick to menu staples like campfire s’mores, crepes benedict, and peanut butter mocha frappes, others try savory sharables like bacon avocado tomato crostinis and holy cow cheese boards.
Oby Lee’s offers $5 happy hour on wine cocktails & sangria, $2 bottled beers, and wine fountain discounts Tuesday through Friday. Locals trickle in for Wine Down Wednesday and Thrifty Thursty Thursday, and line up for the weekend $3.95 mimosa specials. If sweet and savory bites don’t satisfy, their homemade pierogis on Polish Friday nights and self-serve wine fountain does the trick, where guests can try any wine for just $2. Gluten-free and lactose-free options are available, along with an outdoor area perfect for the warmer seasons.