After returning from their honeymoon to Italy and Greece, Paul and Leslie Humphrey decided to remedy a lack of good hometown crepes the best way foodies know how: They started making their own.

After returning from their honeymoon to Italy and Greece, Paul and Leslie Humphrey decided to remedy a lack of good hometown crepes the best way foodies know how: They started making their own.

"Every other country and major city has crepes, though it's just picking up in Columbus," Paul Humphrey said.

Earlier this summer, the Foodie Cart brought Japanese-style crepes to local sidewalks. Now you can get the more familiar European versions from Leslie's Creperie, a mobile cart selling breakfast and lunch options ranging between $4 and $6.

Currently, Humphrey cooks weekdays near High and Broad streets. Once Ohio State students return to classes, he plans to split weekdays between Downtown and Campus, in addition to doing festivals and special events in surrounding neighborhoods.

"I find I get more customers if I leave one on the griddle," Humphrey said. "It's just the smell."