Named after her much-admired and strong-willed aunt, former Acorn Sous Chef Caroline Glover is opening her new eatery, Annette, at the Stanley Marketplace.
Annette features a garden-to-table menu. Most ingredients will be sourced from Colorado farms and open-air markets and prepared at a wood-fired stove. While the menu will change to take advantage of the freshest, seasonal ingredients, some delicacies will be available year-round. Glover adopted her mother’s pecan pie recipe, and it will have a permanent place on the menu.
“Opening a restaurant was something I always dreamt of doing,” says Glover. “The Stanley Marketplace concept is so exciting to me because it will attract and unite a diverse neighborhood clientele. It just felt right.”
Serving lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, Annette will occupy a 1,500-square-foot, east-facing corner space with large windows and a spacious outdoor dining patio. The interior design evokes a family-centric countryside atmosphere. Glover’s family photos and artifacts will enhance the décor, making customers feel welcome, as if they’re dining in the home of good friends.
Plans for an opening event at Annette are still in the works. To learn about the restaurant, subscribe to the newsletter and view the menu, visit www.annettescratchtotable.com.