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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Annabel's Restaurant Review: Mel, Janie, and Charles Master, the restaurateur masterminds behind several of Denver's best restaurants, fixed their sights on the south suburbs when they opened Annabel's, a food temple that seamlessly fits into the fabric of the sophisticated Greenwood Village burg. Well-heeled diners chat and chew on executive chef Adam Mali's menu, a seasonally-changing homage to the moods and foods of upmarket Americana. Against the comfortably chic backdrop---sleek hardwood floors, exposed brick, burnished hues, whimsical artwork and white linens---Mali deftly baits smoked pork, earth-plucked fingerling potatoes, compound butters, roasted and grilled meats and side dishes into rustically suave plates that showcase his talents. The signature roasted chicken with its crisp-crusted and crackly skin glistening with a decadent tarragon-infused butter is the ideal accompaniment to soaking up the salt-licked pomme frites. Roasted corn chowder bobs with flecks of smoked trout, while the buffalo meatloaf arrives crowned with house-made roasted bell pepper ketchup. And keep your eye on the dining room: Mali often makes rounds, sometimes even bringing dishes out to the table himself.