Monday, September 6, 2010

Planet of the Crepes

Posted By on Mon, Sep 6, 2010 at 11:29 AM

We’ve been hearing good things about a local food truck called Planet of the Crepes. There are reports of fillings ranging from smoked duck to Nutella, with many sweet and savory stops in between.

Planet of the Crepes will be parked up on Mount Lemmon every Thursday through Sunday through the end of October, according to its Facebook page.

Oh, and the place is open today (Labor Day), according to its Twitter account:

Okay everyone. It's labor day and I'll be laboring at the top of Mount Lemmon. C'mon up and enjoy the weather. With a crepe of course.

Anyone tried these crepes yet? We’re dying to know more!

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