Breckenridge, CO-based, Crepes a la Cart, has launched a party service whereby the company opens its well-known crepes cart kitchen for private bookings. Visitors to South Main Street in Breckenridge are familiar with the eye-catching crepes cart that serves quality street food to shoppers and visitors every day.
More information is available at https://www.crepesalacarts.com
The launch of the party service follows the recent opening of the company’s first bricks and mortar restaurant located in South Bridge Street Alley, Breckenridge, CO. Fans of the Crepes a la Cart interesting savory and sweet crepe menu can now dine in a more relaxed and comfortable setting, with early morning diners also able to enjoy the innovative breakfast crepe menu.
Party organizers and hosts can book the restaurant’s kitchen for private parties. Having an extensive menu choice covering both savory and sweet items allows the crepes cart to cater for all palettes and to serve food either in a meal-style of savory followed by dessert or as individual snack items.
Savory crepe menu items include the Breck Ribeye, Chicken Florentine, Philly Cheesesteak, the Smoked Salmon Club, and many more, including two vegetarian options. There is also an option to have crepes created using a gluten-free batter. Fans of desserts will enjoy choosing between the Chocolate Crepe, Lemon Souffle, the traditional Crepe Suzette, Strawberry Short Cake, German Apple strudel, and many more.
Whilst still having a pancake shape, crepes are very different from the American fluffy pancakes served in stacks. The main difference is that crepes are much thinner due to them being made in an unleavened form without rising agents being added.
Originating in Brittany in the South West of France, crepes were made with buckwheat flour and used as the carbohydrate element of meals in place of potatoes. Over time, fillings were added to make them more appetizing and the buckwheat flour was replaced with white flour to enable the crepes to be served with sweet fillings.
The thin traditional crepes served by Crepes a la Cart make perfect handheld party food as the crepe can be folded around the filling and eaten as a handheld snack. This makes life considerably easier for party organizers since cutlery is not required and neither are seating areas for guests to eat their food.
A spokesperson for the company said: “Crepes a la Cart is an ideal choice for organizers wanting an appetizing menu with savory and sweet items that are simple to serve to partygoers. We would encourage party hosts to get in touch to wrap up their party catering arrangements.”
Further details can be found at https://www.crepesalacarts.com
Crepes a la Cart Kitchen
Crepes a la Cart Kitchen
309 South Ridge Street Alley
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