Jaberwoke

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Jaberwoke
Jaberwoke.jpg
Type
Founded 2006
Founder Anderson McClure, Pat McClure
Dissolved 2007
Headquarters Charlottesville
No. of locations 1
Area served The Corner
Employees

Jaberwoke was a restaurant located on The Corner. It was purchased by brothers Anderson McClure and Pat McClure in June of 2006[1] and became the restaurant Three in 2007.[2]


Controversy

In 2007, UVa students and community members accused Jaberwoke owner Anderson McClure of using a dress code to keep African Americans out. McClure said he was responding to poorly-behaved customers who often wore the same types of clothing; he later suspended the dress code altogether.[3]

Map

Coordinates:Erioll world.svg.png 38°02′07″N 78°30′03″E / 38.0351708829403°N -78.5007262229919°W / 38.0351708829403; --78.5007262229919

References

  1. Web. Aiming for perfection, C-VILLE Weekly, Portico Publications, retrieved April 23, 2012. Print. July 11, 2006 , #18.28, .
  2. Web. Andy McClure has the good food business Cornered, C-VILLE Weekly, Portico Publications, retrieved April 23, 2012. Print. October 19, 2010 , #22.42, .
  3. Web. Jaberwoke undresses, Courteney Stewart, The Hook, Better Publications LLC, March 22, 2007, retrieved April 23, 2012.