This week's schedule:
mon 3/9: CLOSED
tues 3/10: 11a-2p
wed 3/11: 11a-2p
thu 3/12: 11a-2p
fri 3/13: 11a-2p
SAT 3/14: 11a-3p
SUN 3/15: 11a-3p
*please note: there are no "watch for possible weather closing" asterisks this week!
Attn: We hope you understand why we reserve the right to decline call-in orders on busier days! :)
"Taste and Travel"
with Karen Gros
Hands-On Cooking Classes with Karen Gros in Eureka Springs Saturday, March 14th or Sunday, March 15th
10am to 2pm.
Oh, yeah, we've got your GLUTEN FREE!
Though they're not explicitly listed on the menu, we can put most of our sweet crêpes into a gluten-free buckwheat crêpe. Banana and dark chocolate ganache? Yes, please!
GEARING UP TO THRIVE...
Schedule your hard hat tour now and see just exactly how close you could be to your daily CP fix!
Keep up with their progress and their great Bentonville life recs:
CP comes home to Thrive
As CP followers, you most likely know the changes coming to our tiniest of crêpe worlds: we will be adding a brand new, brick and mortar incarnation at the Thrive, the urban-inspired, experience-focused apartment complex opening May 1, 2015.
That's right. May 1, 2015.
Now, lest we confuse you, that is the Grand Opening date for the apartment complex, not our new restaurant, but rest assured we'll be doing our level best to get open and serving there ASAP. Indeed, the normal vagaries of new constructions had delayed us for a while, but wheels are turning now, and everyone's gearing up to GET THOSE GRIDDLES GOING!
Here are some tidbits to chew on in the meantime:
- There will be SIX(!) crêpe griddles at the new place
- We plan to open with a limited menu but quickly offer all CP favorites and more...
- We plan to continue operations at the trailer, perhaps with some adjustments to times and menu (please note, we may temporarily close the trailer while opening the new space. We will keep you informed!)
stay tuned for more.....
|Roving professor and friend of CP Steve Cooper sends this dramatic shot of Italy's Fort Bard, which towers over the entrance to the Aosta Valley. For ages, it guarded the passage between Italy and France. Napoleon's conquering plans were once foiled by the formidable structure, which he subsequently razed. Rebuilt in 1830 and restored in 2006, it now houses a museum and hosts theatre and music performances.
going on locally...
Tusk and Trotter
Sat 3/14, 6-10p
"Dinner and a Concert w Silvermore Trio and THE
4 Course Meal by one of the regions most renown
Chef's - $45 each seat, only 50 seats available!
THIS EVENT WILL SELL
OUT, so order your tickets now!
Oh...and wear GREEN!" Purchase tickets here
Focus more on your artistic side...
2 NEW CLASSES THIS WEEK:
Watercolor for Beginners and Art Book. Check them out, as well as several cool concerts coming up, on their FB page.