I didn't heed the warning to always call ahead so arrived to find Tomato Jam closed on weekends. Next I tried for Tupelo Honey but the downtown was just hopping on Saturday afternoon and not a parking spot was to be found on the blocks I circled. I had just decided to give up and continue on to Augusta when a car pulled out and I pulled in in front of a place called Creperie Bouchon at 62 N. Lexington. Considering it an omen I decided to eat right there and that was a great decision. To get to the restaurant you step into a small bricked front 'yard' then follow a brick path between buildings to a lovely bricked courtyard in back. There are about a dozen tables shaded by umbrellas or trees as well as seating inside the creperie. They had quite a selection of savory and sweet crepes as well as sandwiches. The crepes are huge (16 inches in diameter) fresh made to order. I tried a Pacific Rim filling of rock shrimp, cabbage, & coconut bechamel - tasty but a little messy to eat even with a fork and knife. The more traditional ham and swiss filled crepe was excellent and would be easy eating on the road if you couldn't stay (kind of like a quesadilla). There were several others I would have liked to try but I'm kicking myself for not grabbing a menu. If you are not too full there is a separate business offering homemade ice cream along the brick path to the courtyard.