McQueen Hospitality Executive Chef Robert McCormick Returns to Colorado to Create Vision for Aspen Based Healthy Eating Concept Excerpted from ChefCetera by Gabrielle Reagan in the August 2021 issue of Total Food Service Magazine This past year encouraged recalibration of priorities for many, including Che Robert McCormick whose recent return to Aspen reflects a desire […]
We welcome you back to the Crepe Shack this Wednesday, June 16, 2021! Join us for coffee, crepes and more at our Snowmass, Colorado location. We will be open Daily from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Where to Eat – Start the day off at the Crêpe Shack, by Mawa’s Kitchen. (It re-opens for the summer season in mid-June). Mawa McQueen, who was born in Africa’s Ivory Coast and raised in Paris, puts her own spin on crêpes.
The Crepe Shack’s last day of the Winter Season is Sunday, April 25th. Thanks to everyone for a great Fall & Winter. We look forward to welcoming your back when we reopen on June 21, 2021. See you then!
The Crepe Shack in Snowmass Base Village is hiring. We offer: Competitive Pay, Vacation Pay, Complimentary Employee Meals, Employee Discount Dining (at the restaurants of McQueen Hospitality), Inspired?! Apply today and join our team!
When chef Mawa McQueen, founder of Mawa’s Kitchen in Aspen and The Crepe Shack in Snowmass Village had to restrict business operations as the pandemic intensified last year, little did she know she’d be launching a new organic snack brand: Mawa’s GrainFreeNola.
Dine-In or Take Your New Year’s Eve Dinner To Go at Mawa’s Kitchen – Aspen Looking for a festive way to end 2020? Our sister restaurant, Mawa’s Kitchen is Aspen is open for dine-in on New Year’s Eve. They are featuring a special, multi-course, fixed price menu for your enjoyment. Reservations are recommended. Hosting your […]
We are reopening for the Winter Season on Wednesday, November 25th, 2020 at 8:00 AM. We will be open from 8:00 AM until 9:00 PM Daily. We look forward to welcoming you back for the season!
In Colorado mountain towns, restaurant owners shocked by a surprisingly strong summer Diners came to the mountains in droves once they were allowed. But success didn’t spread evenly across the state. Article by Josie Sexton – September 7, 2020 Some areas of Colorado saw a business resurgence during late summer, but not all areas benefited […]
Article by Maddie Vincent – July 2020 The Aspen Times’ Maddie Vincent discusses racism in America and its impacts on the local Aspen community. Ms. Vincent interviewed Aspen Business Leader, Entrepreneur and Chef, Mawa McQueen. It’s no secret that Aspen is known as a predominately white, wealthy Colorado ski town. And while leaders like Mawa […]