Caroline Glover founded Annette in the Fall of 2016 with the mission to serve diner as though you were a guest in her home. The wood-fired contemporary American restaurant brainchild of chef Caroline Glover offers an undeniable excuse to drive to Aurora for lunch or dinner.
There’s simplicity to the tightly edited menu that showcases meats, fish, and vegetables, kissed by the grill that steals the spotlight in the kitchen. The same detail-oriented and seemingly effortless simplicity translates to the décor, one dominated by black , white, and gray with muted blue accents and artfully mounted photos that dot the walls without overwhelming them. Eater photographer Adam Larkey took a tour of the restaurant and shared the images below.
Note that Annette is closed for dinner on Sundays and all day on Tuesdays.
When you go, don’t miss the pecan pie dessert.