Located in a converted warehouse in an industrial neighborhood, Acorn is one of several restaurants in the Source building. It is a bit out of the way, from both downtown and our airBnB but worth the trip.
The cooking is done over a wood fire. We had the pretzel, kale salad, yams and meatballs, followed by two of the sorbet selections. Although all were tasty and are recommended, the kale salad was the star of the show. There are a few large plates of protein meant for sharing. We weren’t that hungry but were wowed by the presentation of the half chicken ordered by our neighbors.
Service was helpful without being fussy and all the staff cleared plates and refreshed our (complimentary still or sparkling) water without asking. The setting is lively and sophisticated, open and airy with view-of-the-mountains outdoor seating and urban indoor space.
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