Nope, you don’t. A standard 9″ nonstick sauté pan works perfectly. If you really get into crêpes you can consider getting a specialized crêpe pan. The nice thing about one of those, even though it’s a pan that only does one thing, is that you tend to baby it when you wash it, which is a good thing when you need to maintain that nonstick surface. They’re also relatively cheap. But there’s no reason to run out and buy one if you’re just trying them for the first time.