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There’s a lot to love about Boba and Crepes, the independent shop in southeast Denver that specializes in crepes filled with everything from fresh fruit to green tea ice cream to “slices of beef pastrami, corn, lettuce, cucumber, cheese, ketchup, and topped with mayanoise.” What to wash it down? Fruit teas, milk teas, slushies and smoothies and bubble teas…or maybe just New England clam chowder, because this kitchen offers that, too. In late 2012, Boba and Crepes moved across the street to a bigger, more streamlined space, but it held onto its excellent collection of Slam Dunk, the sports-themed manga series about a high-school basketball team in Japan.
After you order your bubble tea at Boba and Crepes, a strip-mall spot tucked off Colorado Boulevard, head over to the shelf between the aquarium and the loveseat, where you'll find issue after issue of Slam Dunk, the sports-themed manga series about a high-school basketball team in Japan. There are more issues of Slam Dunk than you can read over a cup, more than you can read over the course of a day. The collection is a welcome, personal touch -- the kind that's lost on Boba and Crepes'... More »
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