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Succotash Isn’t Cooking the Southern Food of Paula Deen

Source: Washingtonian Food

Succotash looks like a genteel Southern restaurant. Chef Edward Lee’s new Penn Quarter venture is housed in the former Equitable Bank Building, which was recently restored with help from the DC Preservation League to maintain the space’s early 20th-century Greek Revivalist architecture. The romantic maze of white marble and columns features flickering gas lanterns and […]

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Chef Edward Lee is opening a massive new Succotash in Penn Quarter next year

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

Located in National Harbor, far from the mainstream of D.C. dining, Succotash has been a relatively safe port for Louisville-based chef Edward Lee to introduce his Asian-infused Southern cooking to Washingtonians. Or at least to the conventioneers who visit the self-contained community of breezy amusements. If the bar was set low at National Harbor, Lee […]

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Edward Lee’s Succotash to open on Labor Day at National Harbor

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

Edward Lee’s Succotash to open on Labor Day at National Harbor

With a menu featuring curried succotash pot pie, two kinds of fried chicken and a special Southern tasting menu, chef Edward Lee will open his first restaurant outside Louisville with the launch of Succotash on Monday, Sept. 7, at National Harbor. Yes, Lee will make his D.C.-area debut on Labor Day, perhaps to signal his […]

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Edward Lee to open Southern-themed Succotash at National Harbor

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

The first call came late, around midnight, a time when people with 9-to-5 jobs have already started sawing away on log three or four. Chef Edward Lee picked up the phone. It was Jason Berry, co-founder of the Washington-based Knead Hospitality + Design, who wanted to pitch an idea. As the James Beard Award-nominated chef […]

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