My husband and I stopped in Aspen for a couple of nights, camping near the Maroon Bells, and were stunned at the lack of casual dining options (granted we did zero research and just rolled into town looking for a friendly atmosphere and reasonably priced decent food, and hopefully some wifi and a plug since we lost my car charger in the bottomless pit of the car), til we happened to stumble upon the Creperie du Village. It was cozy, the staff seemed to know the few customers that were lingering in the late lunch hour we were there- chatting away in French and English, and the menu options were superb. They told us we could stay as long as we needed to. My husband and I shared a tasty pea soup and an apple/fig/gorgonzola crepe. We were perfectly full, my phone was charged, and we had an idea of where we were headed next on our wild road trip. It was nice to find such a cool ambiance and excellent menu coupled with warmth and friendliness- not an easy thing to find in Aspen, which is full of over-priced, over-crowded, often snooty restaurants.
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