After 37 years of recent fish and seafood, Cherry Crest Seafood Restaurant & Market in Greenwood Village was placed on ice final month.
The family-owned restaurant and market, positioned at 5909 S. College Blvd., completely closed its doorways on Dec. 3. Homeowners Karen and Larry Bachel introduced on Fb that they had been retiring. Karen had labored on the restaurant for greater than 15 years earlier than the couple bought it from longtime proprietor Mike Brooks in 2014.
Cherry Crest has been a staple in Greenwood Village since 1985, transport recent catches of fish in each day and providing a full service seafood marketplace for prospects creating their very own seafood masterpieces.
“…It is a bittersweet time for us collectively, and a call that didn’t come evenly,” the Facebook announcement reads. “Know that your enterprise, smiling faces, friendships and help have been issues that our total workers values and can proceed to cherish. As we embark on this new chapter of retirement, we simply need you to understand how grateful we’re for you.”
To provide again to its prospects and the group, Cherry Crest is promoting a cookbook with a few of its most sought-after recipes on its website, and in flip, the entire proceeds go to the nonprofit No Child Hungry.
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