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by Mandan Lynn
Smithwick, South Dakota
January 12, 2013
From journal Denver Metro Dining Guide
May 16, 2005
Locally owned by self-proclaimed fools Craig Moelis and Mitch Arden, the restaurant opened on April Fools Day 1998. According to their website, , "soups made fresh daily right here by the fool himself". They open daily at 8am to serve up a variety of crepes, nine creative concoctions ranging from tofu and veggies sauteed with peanut sauce to marinated chicken breast, pesto, sundried tomatoes, onions, and cheese. Omelets and other breakfast fare are available, $4.50-$7.50. Lunch is an extensive list of sandwiches and salads with plenty of vegetarian and meat options, $5.25-$7.90. Dinner features hearty crepes, pasta, chicken, steak dinner, and also sandwiches, $7-$16. Full bar, mimosas, bloody marys, wine, Sunshine Wheat and Fat Tire from New Belgium Brewing Company, and Old Chubb Ale on tap are available. Live music on some nights--acoustic, blugrass, jazz, and beyond. Acoustic blugrass jam every Monday night--bring your instrument and join in. Stop by and hang out with the fools for awhile, and you will not be disappointed.
From journal Bummin Around Boulder