Adelle's Creperie Celebrates 1 Year Anniversary

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Adelle’s Creperie celebrates its one year anniversary at 400 East Main St. on Saturday, Aug. 12, from 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 

There will be music by hammered dulcimer player, Dan Landrum, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., plus some special additions to the regular menu.  

The featured food and drink specials will be Chicken and Mushroom Crepe with béchamel sauce and Peach Melba Crepe with fresh peaches and raspberries sautéed with brown sugar and amaretto, topped with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream. 

Guests may check out the new, larger patio for outdoor seating. 

Review for Adelle's Creperie: 

Inspired by crepes typically offered in Europe, Adelle’s is filling a niche with its small but interesting menu of made-to-order sweet and savory crepes, paninis, waffles and omelets, along with a line of natural ice creams, shakes, floats and sundaes. Adelle’s is located within The Granfalloon and co-owned by Carla Pritchard and her 13-year-old daughter Adelle, who was also the inspiration and the creative force behind the operation. 

Specializing in European-style crepes, Adelle’s offers a favorite stop for breakfast, lunch or meetings. House recipes, sauces and even the ice creams at Adelle’s use almost exclusively non-processed and natural ingredients, with all meats being free of hormones and antibiotics. 

Free parking is available. More information can be found at www.adellescreperie.com.




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