A Day in the Life: Kim Rizk

It’s 9 a.m. and things are already jamming at Jammin’ Crepes in Princeton. Co-owner Kim Rizk is singing along with Jeremiah, the head cook and crepista, as he heats up the griddles for the wildly popular 43-seat restaurant that made its debut on Princeton’s Nassau Street in 2014. Read more…

“Jammin’ Crêpes” Recognized as a New Jersey Sustainable Business

Small businesses across New Jersey are starting to save money, share their successes and inspire other businesses by implementing sustainable business best practices. Joining this list of small businesses, “Jammin’ Crêpes” located in the heart of Princeton, New Jersey, became one of the first businesses in the state to be recognized as a New Jersey Sustainable Business.

Jammin’ Crêpes is committed to sustainable business practices and has created an Eatery that has built its menu and business plan around local, seasonal and community based food sources. Their commitment to sustainability in all aspects of their business is at the core of who they are. “We are excited & honored to be a model of how these practices can be incorporated into a successful business” said Kathy Klockinbrink, owner and partner at Jammin’ Crêpes upon receiving recognition. Check out their profile here.

Diners, Drive-ins & Dives

In case you missed it, Jammin’ Crêpes is proud to have been selected by Food Network’s no.1 TV show, “Diners, Drive-in’s & Dives”, hosted by Guy Fieri. On July 28th, Guy Fieri, and his co-host for this episode, the famous rapper Run of Run-D.M.C., took over the restaurant for two full days of shooting. “Dishin’ out the spirit of Thanksgiving! In Princeton, N.J., Rev Run jumps in at a crepe place serving their take on a turkey club and a 20-layer cake.” The episode “Turkey Giving” (Season 25, Episode 11), first aired on November 18th 2016!

A year after opening on Nassau Street, Jammin’ Crêpes is sustaining its appeal—and the planet

Before Kim and Kathy were Jammin’ Crêpes in Princeton, they were Two Flippin’ Chicks selling crêpes and preserves on Saturday mornings at West Windsor Community Farmers’ Market.

Kim Rizk and Kathy Klockenbrink, business partners who founded Jammin’ Crêpes, sat down with the Princeton Echo at a round, wooden table in the back corner of their crêperie at 4:30 on a Friday afternoon in late September, when the lunch rush was long over and the place took on a calm. Read more…