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What were we saying about crepes being the new cupcake? Further evidence just arrived in Adams Morgan, where Snap recently opened in the old CD/Game Exchange on 18th Street.

Y&H has never been to the original Snap in Georgetown, but judging from its copious reviews on Yelp (87 and counting), the place has a middling reputation for sweet and savory crepes and bubble tea. Its current rating hovers at a less-than-stellar 2.5 stars, placing it below Crepes-A-Go-Go in Dupont, Crepeaway in the West End, and even fellow Georgetown pancake houses, Crepe Amour and Cafe Bonaparte.

Regardless, like the forthcoming Muzette, Snap should be a smart addition to the Adams Morgan nightlight scene; it’ll offer the late-night set some options beyond the jumbo slice, falafel, and shawarma. I’ll take stock of the place soon, but I know one thing I’d already like Snap to change — its sandwich board on the sidewalk. Nothing like making Adams Morgan drunks feel like they’ve wandered a little off course after a night of picklebacks.

Check out the sandwich board after the jump.