Former French teacher Torya Blanchard cashed in her retirement fund to start a crêperie from scratch and bring some French flair to the heart of midtown Detroit’s Cultural Center. Off Woodward Avenue, the space is decorated with her personal collection of vintage French film posters—a blow-up of Jacques Tati’s “Playtime” covers an entire wall. Choosing between 50 different sweet or savory crêpes (each named after a different lady) may seem daunting but there’s plenty of Intelligentsia coffee stocked at Good Girls to sip on while narrowing down a decision. The most popular crêpe is the “Sarah” (chevre, red pepper, mushrooms, spinach, balsamic vinaigrette) but we recommend indulging that sweet tooth with a “Fay,” which comes stuffed to the brim with freshly-cut banana, pecans, caramel, salted butter and brown sugar. After a Parisian breakfast, walk over to the Detroit Institute of Arts (just down the block) or venture a bit further for the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. For a post-museum dinner and a place to rest sore legs, it’s a three-minute walk to Rodin, Blanchard’s new homestyle French restaurant, on the same block as Good Girls.