The Straley Family




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Friday, February 13, 2009

Mountain Grind Coffee & Bistro, Winter Park, CO




Rob and I drove to Winter Park, Colorado on Thursday to meet Susan Volk, the owner of Mountain Grind Coffee & Bistro. Susan is a delightful lady and her bistro is absoulutely charming! Mountain Grind offers not only coffee, tea and expressos but a fantastic selection of homemade soups, sandwiches on her fresh from the oven bread, salads, pies, cakes, pastries, gourmet chocolates, gelatos, a breakfast menu and homemade fudge. Her prices are reasonable and the food is awesome. Rob and I were treated to Susan's homemade chilli and cornbread. We left Winter Park with a pound and a half of her homemade fudge. Oh my is that fudge good!! Diet? What diet?



Susan Volk, owner of Mountain Grind Coffee & Bistro

Scoutmaster, Greg Jameson and his wife Jill, of Boy Scout Troop 469 (in Parker, Colorado) suggested that we organize a fundraiser for the scouts to sell Susan's delicious fudge for Mother's Day. Rob is the Fundraiser Chair for the troop and thought that visiting the Bistro in person would be a perfect opportunity to gather additional promotional materials and to take a few photographs for a brochure.


The place was packed with friendly people when we arrived.


Susan sells a variety of coffee related items in her coffee shop. The cast iron tea kettles are adorable!


Enjoy your coffee in a cozy atmosphere with Big Band music playing softly in the backgroud. Don't forget to take some homemade fudge home with you! We highly recommend Susan's chocolate and walnut but all of her fudge is mouth watering!



Mountain Grind is located foutain side in Cooper Creek Square at 47 Cooper Creek Way, Winter Park, CO 80482; (970)726-0999. They are open for breakfast and lunch year round with limited hours in the spring and fall months. Stop in for a spell before hitting the slopes! Tell Susan the Straley's and the Jameson's sent ya!

1 comment:

Country*Road*Primitives said...

What an adorable shop Deanna!! She is very blessed and I hope you enjoyed LOTS of her wonderful fudge! xox Carla