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The crêperie's exterior in 2008
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Le Happy is a crêperie in northwest Portland, Oregon, United States.
Le Happy is a family-friendly crêperie in the Northwest District of Portland. It is known as a late-night destination, operating from 5pm to 1am Monday through Thursday, 5pm to 2:30am on Friday, and 6pm to 2:30am on Saturday. The exterior features a yellow façade and a string of white lights. Inside is a small kitchen to house a single chef. Interior decorations includes red lights, artificial flowers above the bar, broken eyeglasses affixed to the wall, and votive candles set at tables. Board games are available for use by diners.
The restaurant's menu features both savory and sweet crêpes with a variety of ingredients. Savory options include Ma Provence (chicken, cheeses, tomatoes) and Le Trash Blanc (bacon and cheddar cheese). Other savory ingredients include black beans, cilantro, cucumbers, ham, onions, panang sauce, and tofu. Sweet crêpes include Citron Gingembre, which contains lemon curd and ginger. Other ingredients for sweet crêpes include fruits, berry preserves, semisweet chocolate sauce, and whipped cream. Crêpe meals for children include cheddar cheese and come with a toy. Salads are also available as entrees. Beverages include beer, ciders, cocktails, coffee, juices, teas, and wine.
In 2012, the restaurant contributed food and wine to "Fresh French Shorts", Northwest Film Center's annual showcase of short films by emerging French directors. The series was sponsored by Alliance Française de Portland and screened at the Portland Art Museum. Le Happy has also supported Portland State University's "MFA Monday Night Lecture Series", a series of free public lectures.
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