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About this business

  • Cuisine
    American, Bistro, Southwestern

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Lucky B.
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Report | a month ago
Great restaurant downtown. Great food and atmosphere. Live music at just the right volume. I could still have a conversation without raising my voice.
Cathy H.
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Report | a month ago
Call ahead for reservation
Peggy H.
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Report | 2 months ago
Really enjoyed the food, atmosphere and Renee and Her Band. Awesome night, and we will return
Joel H.
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Report | 3 months ago
Excellent service and great food! The whole menu is good
Dustin
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Report | 3 months ago
Lamb or skirt steak
Joanne A.
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Report | 4 months ago
Order the jambalaya
Don A.
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Report | 4 months ago
Great atmosphere and food!
Susan W.
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Report | 4 months ago
Wonderful! Great service, food and atmosphere!
Chuck S.
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Report | 4 months ago
Great food. Great atmosphere
Daniel O.
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Report | 4 months ago
Make reservations, try the fried oysters and the baby cakes, have a great time!!
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From Our Editors

Each night at Jimmy’s on the James, Jim Dudley flits from his kitchen labors to croon jazz standards in the dining room from behind a grand piano. Prior to performing, the culinary connoisseur toils over his from-scratch jerk rub upwards of four hours, infusing the savory elixir with oranges and onions. Along with his culinary showmanship, Dudley’s piano-side manner has earned the restaurateur praise in Lynchburg Living, with a flattering profile in which Jimmy says, "I like things that I call 'funkified.'" He also cops to punctuating the dining experience with visual panache. Large, black-and-white caricatures of American entertainers hearken back to the Roaring Twenties, when nearly every American household contained a four-piece jazz band.

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