Those of us who love French-style crêpes have been following the Monsieur Crêpes food trailer for a couple of years now, enjoying both their savory and sweet crêpes, as well as sandwiches, salads and breakfast items. Well, I’m happy to share the news that Monsieur Crêpes now has a permanent, brick-and-mortar Sugar House location at 1617 S. 900 East in Salt Lake City, called À la Maison with Monsieur Crêpes. How could you not love a crêpe such as the Champs-Élysées, made with Nutella, strawberry, banana, powdered sugar, chocolate syrup and whipped cream? There’s even a vegan crêpe with house-made hummus, sofrito, onions, spinach, tomato, mushrooms and dressing. I keep hoping they’ll put a croque Madame on the menu!
It’s hard to believe that I first wrote about Caffe Molise way back when it opened, circa 1994. Well, after all those years at its location near the Salt Palace on 100 South, Caffe Molise and its sister establishment, BTG Wine Bar, are on the move and will be relocated to the historic Eagle Fraternity Building at 404 S. West Temple by late May, according to co-owner Fred Moesinger. Most recently the Eagle building was home to The Bay nightclub. Moesinger and his team have been working diligently to renovate the space, which I think will be a beautiful new home for Caffe Molise and BTG. Until then, continue to enjoy those two fine establishments in their current 100 South locations.
Culinary quote of the week: Wish I had time for just one more bowl of chili. — Alleged last dying words of Kit Carson
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