Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

APR 2018

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SHARING SHARING 800-452-4462 | www.hlcdinnerware.com New Grove from Hall China. A collection of small platters, trays, and plates to elevate your plating and inspire sharing. INSPIRATION FOR THE HEART OF THE TABLE. identity through the design that speaks to an active Colorado lifestyle," says Robert Yager, principal and director of archi- tecture at Marsh & Associates Inc. an architecture, planning and interiors firm in Greenwood Village, Colo. "The 56,000-square-foot clubhouse design has a European flair with a Colorado sensitivity befitting the Columbine Valley neighborhood," Yager says. "With Coloradans' penchant for the outdoors, golf course views are featured via broad expanses of glass, which in turn open to patios and terraces to take advantage of the area's year- round abundance of sunshine." The indoor-outdoor connectivity remains central to the club's identity and atmosphere, Yager says. "Outside, the con- tiguous terraces and enticing fire pits invite open-air dining and socializing from morning to night." Architecturally, the club members wanted a facility that conferred a sense of history, suffused with materials befitting the Rocky Mountain region. The design blends old-world chateauesque forms and massing with a mixture of na- tive sandstone and stucco external veneers. Roofs alternate between a lightweight synthetic slate and bronze-hued standing-seam metal. Door and window trim and overhead gabled trusses, hewn from Douglas fir heavy timber, provide a traditional counterpoint to the more contemporary fenes- tration and interior furnishings. Food and Beverage Upgrades In addition to a variety of golf-related developments, the design team's collaboration also resulted in several upgraded and new food and beverage areas. A lower-level space pro- vides food and beverage storage and houses a cozy, rustic wine-themed private dining room dubbed The Cellar. Dining and social event spaces on the main level include The Lounge, which services the patio from its double-sided bar; The Turn, a grab-and-go bar featuring smoothies, juices, coffee and breakfast and lunch menu fare; The Columbine Room for family dining and access to the members' recreational lawn area; The Gallery for adults-only dining and member functions; and the women's lounge with indoor/outdoor dining and a view of the golf course. The main level also contains the event space/ ballroom and a main kitchen supporting all the food and bever- age operations and catered events. The club also offers Table 55, a booth inside the kitchen for exhibition-style meals personally prepared by the head chef.

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