• Carolyn

Summer 2021 Restaurant Round-Up: Gypsea Crepes

Updated: Jun 2


Welcome back to our Summer 2021 Restaurant Round-Up! Today we're highlighting one of our neighbors on Thomas Dr. - Gypsea Crepes.


Depending on the time of year you visit Panama City Beach, it can take a long time to drive up and down the beach. If you're here during the peak season, it's helpful to have dining options on the east end near the Joy Coastal condo. In addition to being within walking distance of the condo, Gypsea Crepes is also unique and delicious, so it's a win all around.



Gypsea Crepes serves made-to-order crepes during breakfast and lunch hours (9-3). When we stopped by, we tried 3 different crepes. I had "The John John," a savory crepe with ham, provolone, spinach, tomatoes, and mayo. All of the savory crepes have clever names like "The Slater" and "The Machado," so ordering your food is fun.


It came as no surprise when my children both ordered sweet crepes. My son chose Nutella and banana, and my daughter decided on Nutella, raspberries, and whipped cream. With other sweet ingredients like cheesecake and crushed Oreos, the sky is the limit for flavor combinations.


Gypsea Crepes serves breakfast crepes and has vegetarian options. So, there really is something for everyone here. I also tried an iced latte, which was a lovely compliment to our meal.



Part of the fun of going to Gypsea Crepes is watching the skill required to make the crepes look so effortless. If you want to try your hand at crepe making, pick up a bag of their crepe mix to take with you!

Space is somewhat limited inside Gypsea Crepes, so you might consider taking your crepes to go. Whether you're looking for breakfast, lunch, or a sweet treat, you can't go wrong with Gypsea Crepes. We're happy to have them in the neighborhood!


Come back tomorrow. We're spicing things up with a closer look at Los Antojitos!