Julie, who just moved to New York to pursue her American dream is in the “freshman” phase where it’s still exciting to go to Times Square. Our story starts when she stops by a small crêpe restaurant in the east village to drop off her resume. The place is called "Le Crêpe Eiffel”. It’s small, chaotic and famous for serving very elaborate crêpes in the shape of the Eiffel Tower. Julie soon meets the rest of the team and what will become her new world; a naive Southern hostess, a hipster bartender, a callous, dispassionate server (and her alter-ego, the overly nice server), a busboy in a linguistic limbo, a manager who would prefer not to have any customers, a phantom owner, the kitchen staff, tourists, and the demanding local customers. Julie has no experience what so ever as a waitress, and the manager of “Le Crêpe Eiffel” who wasn’t willing to hire her, finally decided to give her a chance. But she will have to train diligently and learn how to survive this urban jungle the hard way because serving in New York City is not an easy ride.