Curtis & Kristopher Lincoln have spent most of their marriage working together in different restaurants across the country. They met in 1995 while working together in Cherry Creek. Curtis had just come back from NYC & Kristopher says she knew the minute she saw him that he was ”THE ONE”…The rest is history. Collectively they've spent over 50 years in the industry… Both knew that someday they would own a restaurant, finding one another was simply fate!
"Working together is what we do best”…
Kristopher & Curtis returned to Evergreen in 2005 after working in restaurants all over the country… Chinook Tavern in Cherry Creek, Bacci in Genessee, Game Creek Club in Vail, Café Soleil in Reno, The Straight Wharf in Nantucket, Restaurant RM In Vegas, etc, etc. Kristopher thinks that each & every restaurant was a learning experience and a gift. She says, "We have learned from every person we have ever worked for and with…the good, the bad and the ugly!” After spending most of their marriage working in seasonal restaurants, the couple decided to return to Evergreen and the family ranch on Upper Bear Creek Road…located just 3 miles from the restaurant. Curtis' family has resided in Evergreen since the early 1900's, His grandmother and an Evergreen legend, Freddie Lincoln was inspirational in their return. Curtis went to work for the Brown Palace Hotel down in Denver. The fact that his grandmother Freddie had such an affinity for the hotel inspired him to take the Executive Sous p
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