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After doing Thor’s Hideout & Lookout hike, we decided to grab a slightly lighter, late, dinner. While I’ve been to the Park Place (ahem) a few times, I was pretty excited to share this local gem with Stephanie and her crew.

I knew they would die over the Crepes. I knew you WOULD also love the crepes!

I mean, they look amazing and smell amazing too. Best party. They ARRE FREAKING AMAZING. The kids quickly INHALED it all.

We tried the Berries & Cream, The Lemon and Sugar (my personal favorite) while Stephanie's Favorite was the Cinnamon and Sugar.

The kids LOVED the Chocolate and Banana. So Good. Stephanie’s kids had never seen Crepes made and luckily the Park Place has an amazing window system so you can watch them be made right in front of you!

I was a little hungrier, so I totally ate the Roast Beast sandwich. SO good. 

If you’ve been reading along you see that Park Place Eatery is just two buildings away from the El Rey Inn & Suites! You could totally have this for lunch, dinner and then dessert all in one day. So GOOD. So many awesome options and fresh!

Thanks to our partners at the El Rey Inn & Suites for sponsors our meal! 

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