Skinny Pancake Comes to Sugarbush
Warren, Vermont (December 20, 2014)—Skinny Pancake of Burlington has brought its locally-sourced crepes to the slopes of Sugarbush. Skinny Pancake at the Sunrise Cafe opened its doors in The Farmhouse at Lincoln Peak on Saturday, serving sweet and savory crepes, paninis, coffee, beer and wine. The cafe will operate from 7:30 AM on weekends and holidays to around 4 PM, Thursday through Monday. They’ll close Tuesdays and Wednesdays except during holiday weeks and on powder days. And midweek, non-holiday, they’ll open at 8:30 AM.
“Skinny Pancake is a well-run, well-respected local operation that aligns well with Sugarbush,” says Win Smith, President and Principal Investor of Sugarbush. “Their commitment to supporting the local farmers and putting out a quality product with some personality is something we can really stand behind. And we feel confident our customers will embrace them.”
”It’s a good fit for us, too,” adds Benjy Adler, co-founder of the Skinny Pancake. “We are skiers. And we love to be able to combine our passion for producing good, local food with our passion for the mountains.”
Skinny Pancake is committed to proving that “you can eat local food every day.” All their meats are local, and Vermont cheeses, fruits, and vegetables are prolific on their menus. Skinny Pancake at Sugarbush will be serving hyper-local products, including the much sought-after Lawson’s Finest Liquids on tap. Lawson’s Finest is produced by Sean Lawson of Warren, a skier who leads the naturalist program at neighboring mountain Mad River Glen.