Come as you are. It’s NoDa’s arts district, and at Crêpe Cellar Kitchen & Pub, businessmen cozy up to butcher-block tables to share a pint aside aspiring artists and hip hop junkies. Open windows stir up the conversations of women dreaming and scheming their love lives, and candlelight basks across the faces of a first date match. Born from the owner’s 2007 travels abroad, Crepe Cellar offers thoughtful combinations of everyday European cuisine and neighborhood american pub fare. It’s an intimate space with an energetic kitchen offering a variety of menu options including savory and sweet crepes, sandwiches, salads, French bread pizzas, european entrées, carafes of wine and French press coffee. The restaurant is run by Jeff Tonidandel, a graduate of Davidson College, and Paul Manley, owner of Damian Dining, an 18 year restaurant veteran.