Molly’s Crepe Escape catering food truck will be at the Telluride Jazz Festival from August first through third in the San Juan Mountain of Colorado.
This is the 38th year of the festival promises a weekend of superb music and a unique listening experience. The performances will be held on the Main Stage in the Telluride Town Park and on the Free State at the Public Library. The live performances will include artists from genres that include jazz, latin, funk, and soul.
Molly’s Crepe Escape has been serving the best selection of crepes and beverages at Telluride Jazz for the past four years and we can’t wait to attend in 2014!
We will have crepes with the freshest ingredients that will be a treat for your taste buds as you sway to the music on the Town Park stage! Stop by for a handmade crepe special and cool beverage.
It’s a small world.
Last weekend I ran into Paolo D’Andrea from Luna Rossa Winery at the Santa Fe Wine Festival. Not only does he make fine wine but he is originally from Friuli Venezia Giulia like my brother-in-law.
Viva Friuli, New Mexico, e il Buon Vino!
Molly’s Crepe Escape is back in Santa Fe this weekend to serve artistic crepe creations at the International Folk Art Market
This is our 4th year serving up crepes to hungry market goers at the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market from July 11th -13th on Milner Plaza in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 2014 marks the 11th year of the International Folk Art Market which is the largest market of its kind in the world.
We always have a terrific time meeting artists and spectators from all over the world while at the Market in Santa Fe and can’t wait to see what new things await us this year!
When you stop by Molly’s Crepe Escape, Mom and Dad will greet you with some freshly brewed iced tea and take your order for a mouthwatering crepe. Once refreshed, continue to puruse the Market and help unite the people of the world one folk art market at a time!
Molly’s Crepe Escape is best known for our on-slope mountain take-out restaurant located in the Taos Ski Valley but we are much more than that. We are also part of the greater Taos community. We were reminded why we live here as we spent the day at the Arroyo Seco July Fourth Parade.
This parade, while only two blocks long, is a festive mix of our community celebrating our nation’s birthday with live music, family fun, and local spirit! So glad we have been part of this local tradition for the past five years. The parade is on video – thanks Taos News.
Arroyo Seco has a unique charm that you experience as you wind through this small, picturesque town settled on a Spanish land grant. Many of us who work, or play, in the Taos Ski Valley daily pass the historic Church of the Most Holy Trinity completed in 1834. In addition, it is an ideal spot to browse and get feel for local art, get a snack or meal, and shop the small boutiques.
If you haven’t attended this event, mark your calendar for next year!
The wine is flowing at the Santa Fe Wine Festival: Donnie, Kim and Molly are having fun and looking forward to tomorrow!
Santa Fe you have been fantastic!
We have been busy but have also had a terrific time browsing throught the booths of local arts & crafts and agricultural product vendors that are also here!
Come by for our signature crepe for the Santa Fe Wine Festival: Bacon ( yum) Blue Cheese, Habenero Jelly, and Spinach!
The jelly we use is Made in New Mexico by A& J Jellies out of Soccorro!