After immersing himself in the rich range of foods of Peru while visiting missionary friends, Denver chef and restaurateur Alex Gurevich decided his customers back home were ready for novoandina cuisine. His hunch paid off. Gurevich opened Limón, an eclectic Peruvian lounge, last summer along 17th Avenue in uptown Denver. The 60-seat restaurant was wildly successful from its opening day, with two- and three-hour waits for a table in the rustically designed space. Limón was ...

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