Pics from Greenalicious

We had to share images from the amazing Greenalicious event held at The Little Nell on July 17. An amazing evening for a great cause — nurturing smarter, healthier kids in Colorado.

A cocktail reception was held on Gondola Plaza to get the night started. Photo credit: Hal Williams Photography

Guests enjoy the five course meal at Montagna at The Little Nell.
Photo credit: Nora Feller

Marinated Salmon Belly, Crispy Tortilla, Garlic Aioli, Tomatillo Salsa by Chef Takashi Yagihashi of Takashi & Slurping Turtle.
Photo credit: Hal Williams Photography

First course: Smoke Duck Ballotine, Rye, Cassis Mustard from Chef Terence Feury of Fork.
Photo credit: Nora Feller

Second course: Main Lobster, Aged Ham Dashi from Chef Robert Evans of Hugo’s and Duckfat.
Photo credit: Nora Feller

Third course: Jidori Chicken, Rosemary Fiddle Heads, Foie gras from Chef Anthony Martin of Tru.
Photo credit: Nora Feller

Fourth course: Emma Ranch Wagyu Ribeye, Black Garlic, Leek Ash Tortellini from Chef Robert McCormick of The Little Nell. Photo credit: Nora Feller

Fifth course: Tropezienne, Palisade Peaches, Blackberries, Chevre Mousseline from Chef Lincoln Carson of Michael Mina San Francisco and 20 other Mina Group restaurants across the country.
Photo credit: Nora Feller

The dream team of chefs and wine servers who made the evening such a success.
Photo credit: Hal Williams Photography

More about Greenalicious

Greenalicious raises funds for programs focused on fighting childhood obesity where it has the most impact – the lunchroom. Through a menu of research-based programs and training, Children’s Health Foundation provides healthy, affordable and delicious school lunches to Colorado schools to help reverse the childhood obesity trend. The rate of obesity among kids in the U.S. has more than tripled in the past 30 years.

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