Cache Cache opened its doors in October of 1987. Jodi Larner, a partner and general manager since 1989, has established a world class clientele through almost three decades. Larner’s restaurant philosophy is based on consistent, heartfelt authentic food and wine combined with a warm atmosphere and friendly yet impeccable service. The restaurants longevity is the result of the entire team’s commitment to excellence in both the front and back of the house.
Chef Lanter joined the team as executive chef in August of 2000. He partnered with Larner in June of 2004. With two years of apprenticeship in three restaurants in France as his culinary foundation, Lanter reinstated classical French Cuisine as the foundation to this modern American Restaurant. With a focus on local ingredients when available, the cuisine has evolved into unpretentious, clean, and satisfying food. Cache Cache recently invested in Dog Patch Farm located two hours away in fertile Paonia. The locality, quality and freshness of ingredients has become pivotal to the Cache Cache philosophy of cooking.
Chef de Cuisine Nathan King joined the Cache Cache team in 2003. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, he has been a creative force invaluable to the progression of Cache Cache. Chef King and the solidity of the back of the house staff are major factors in the success of Lanter’s kitchen.
With significant investments made in the wine program, Larner and Lanter were fortunate to acquire Sommelier Alexandre Harvier. A native of Paris, France, his knowledge of wine and experience in service has set the standard at Cache Cache. With over 6000 bottles of inventory, the wine list has expanded to over 100 pages. Cache Cache has become a destination for wine connoisseurs.
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