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Need some Southern comfort? In late 2012, husband-and-wife team Wanda James and Scott Durrah -- the people behind the Caribbean-flavored 8 Rivers -- along with partner/general manager Scott Perry opened Jezebel's in a hot part of Highland. The restaurant occupies the former home of Squeaky Bean, which held a drug store at the turn of the last century, and that history shows in the old tiled floor and big windows. But the space has gotten an update with a big bar, stools upholstered with purple alligator (which are often occupied by Nuggets) and, most important, an actual kitchen. And that kitchen stays busy day and night, cranking out authentic Southern fare including great fried chicken and shrimp and grits.
In-the-works restaurants have been scurrying to get open before the end of 2012 -- and capture that all-important holiday business. Although many of the more ambitious projects have already postponed ... More »
Adrian Miller has a lot on his plate these days. The lawyer-turned-politico is running Stephen Ludwig's re-election bid for University of Colorado regent, and he's also finishing up a book for the Uni... More »
For days the discussion has focused on Cherry Creek North, once this town's hottest restaurant neighborhood, which may -- or may not -- be making a comeback. But this morning we're returning to Highla... More »
Jezebel's is pure perfection in every way. It's beautiful, laid-back yet elegant, best food I ever ate and the staff is amazing, adorable and welcoming. My only criticism is that I want to live there and evidently that's not possible.
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