After nearly two years of construction, a historic 123 year-old house on South Pearl Street (1472 S. Pearl Street) opens to the public this evening as Fourteen Seventy-Two Restaurant. The new project, which debuted to friends and family last night, comes from the owner of Samurai in Greenwood Village, Scott Bergin, and his partners Dave Chmura and Rob Young.
The restaurant will be serving up low-country style cooking which they described yesterday as traditional coastal food spanning from North Carolina to Georgia with African, Caribbean and New Orleans influences. Their expected signature dishes are Wild Boar Ribs and Chicken and Waffles— served everyday, all day. A brunch menu will launch in two weeks from this Saturday, just in time for diners to enjoy bottomless mimosas, screwdrivers, and bloody mary's on the rooftop patio.
— Rachel Nobrega
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Fourteen Seventy-Two Restaurant [Photo:Rachel Nobrega