World-Class Catering

in Stanford, Kentucky

Cerulean was created to better serve the catering needs of the many corporate and private events that occur in Stanford, Kentucky. Our goal is to provide our customers with fine dining and event services that exceed their expectations.

Cerulean is a part of Wilderness Road Hospitality, a group of like-minded entities serving the Stanford area with unique dining, shopping, and lodging experiences.

Much like the restaurants we share a street with, we value natural, locally-sourced foods. Our goal is to serve you great food that’s also great for your body and our planet. It’s a difference you can taste in every dish we prepare.


Pastured MEATS AND Locally-sourced Produce

Cerulean is proud to serve Marksbury Farm meats. A local Kentucky farm, Marksbury is committed to building a progressive, responsible business that is both locally focused and owned. Marksbury Farm actively supports good stewardship of its community’s resources, through sustainable agriculture and the development of partnerships with local farms and markets. The bottom line is to serve better tasting, better-for-you food that’s Good for the animals as well.

Whenever possible, Cerulean also sources its produce from local growers right here in Central Kentucky. We even have our own garden that we share with Mama DeVechio’s Pizzeria and Bluebird.

Our Space

A versatile, one-of-a-kind venue

Our venue is a beautiful combination of historic bones and modern touches. The high ceiling and natural lighting give the space a heavenly glow during the day, while subtle, adjustable lighting creates ambiance at any hour.

A visual signature is the tall, hand-crafted wooden door that greets you as you enter. Once inside you will see modern art and charming furniture that artfully combines casual and refined lines.

The seating is modular and can be adjusted to fit many configurations to suit your individual needs. A large flat screen is conveniently mounted at the back of the room for presentations and other digital media.

Our Team

Seasoned Professionals

The creative force behind Cerulean is a world-class culinary team, in partnership with local writer and business owner Angela Correll and her entrepreneur husband Jess. Together, the team includes some of the area’s most dedicated, talented and passionate people in the local, natural dining space.


Experience Small-Town Charm

Stanford is Kentucky’s second oldest city, founded in 1775 by Benjamin Logan as Logan’s Fort. It was also known as St. Asaph, the name given to it by Logan. The name Stanford may have been derived from “Standing Fort,” which Fort Logan became known as in the late 1770s after surviving a lengthy attack by Native Americans.

Cerulean is part of recent efforts that focus on restoration and preservation of the historic structures that make up Stanford. The beautiful high ceilings and tall doorways in our space are a result of unique decisions made in the construction of buildings from days gone by. The result is an ode to the past and a one-of-a-kind space for your events.

Part of Something Bigger

Cerulean is proud to be a part of Wilderness Road Hospitality.

What began as a mission to bring life back to Stanford’s downtown has developed into a one-of-a-kind destination for visitors to stay, eat, shop, relax, and meet in a beautiful small-town setting.

Relax on the front porch of one of our historic guest houses and watch the leaves gently spiral to the ground below. Experience a meal from the world-class culinary team at Bluebird or dine on a stone hearth oven-baked pizza topped with only the freshest ingredients. Shop for unique artisan products at Kentucky Soaps and Such. Refresh your body and mind by scheduling a
“spa day” experience at Esther’s Wellhouse.

Visit us at Wilderness Road Hospitality and enjoy small-town, Southern charm while experiencing the excellent service we are famous for.

Wilderness Road Hospitality

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