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WELCOME TO Drury Southwest

We are a family-owned business focused on development and operation of real estate, restaurants and convenience stores in the Cape Girardeau area. Nationally we develop and construct hotels in several states.  

Founded on the principles of a strong work ethic and an honest approach to growth, we strive to provide our customers with expertise, quality and service and a top-notch product.

Real Estate

Drury Southwest constructs, leases and manages commercial and residential real estate, primarily in Cape Girardeau, MO and San Antonio, TX.  We understand that satisfied tenants are the key to our success and our business is built on repeat tenants and lease renewals.

From design and construction to building management, Drury Southwest is here to serve you. Please browse our current property listings and contact us for more information.

We have available commercial spaces from 700  to 5,000 sq. ft. and would be happy to discuss them anytime.

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Redefining hospitality in Santa Fe

Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe, the new hotel and plaza in the heart of historic Santa Fe, sits on five beautiful acres and brings friendly, award-winning hospitality service to the City Different.

The 182-room hotel features all of the renowned amenities of Drury Hotels, as well as modern, spacious, light-filled rooms with stupendous views of the Santa Fe skies.  Guests will enjoy entrees in the restaurant, which draws from local ingredients and influences to create a mouthwatering cuisine; relaxing at the rooftop bar by the pool with breathtaking views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains; and shopping in the galleries around the property.  The fully renovated buildings are steeped in history, and surrounded by a pedestrian oasis - all in downtown Santa Fe.

The nearby Cross of the Martyrs is a great spot to enjoy Santa Fe's bold, colorful sunsets and grab some beautiful pictures.  But in our opinion, the best views of the gorgeous, blood-orange sunsets are from our rooftop bar.  We look forward to seeing you at the Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe.

For more information, please visit the Drury Plaza Santa Fe website at druryplazasantafe.com
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Please join us for an evening filled with fun, games, tricks and treats at the

DSW/Drury Hotels Relay for Life Halloween Bash


For additional information, please refer to the flyer below. 

We promise you will not be disappointed.    


Don’t forget to dress up because there will be a costume contest! 

Trophies will be awarded for the following categories:

Best Costume     Best Group/Family     Scariest     Best Kid     Most Original

Thank you for your support of the DSW/Drury Hotels Relay for Life Team!

For tickets call Danielle at (573) 388-3522 or Penny at (573) 450-0856


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The Drury Plaza Hotel, which is set to open after renovations to the old St. Vincent hospital near the Plaza are complete, has named Santa Fe-raised chef John Rivera Sedlar as restaurateur of its in-house eatery, Eloisa.

The restaurant is scheduled to begin service in the fall on the main floor of the hotel and will be open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, according to a hotel news release. Named after Sedlar’s grandmother, Eloisa Rivera, who also was a professional chef, the restaurant will serve Southwestern Latin fusion cuisine.

“It’s heartwarming coming back to the Southwest and [exploring] the Southwest kitchen,” Sedlar said. “It’s very scary for us, because Santa Fe has a lot of talented chefs — young and ambitious men and women who are representing the cuisine very well.”

Sedlar said he learned to cook in his grandmother’s kitchen, and she was tough on him as she taught him to make good food. Bizcochitos, empanaditas and tamales were the foods he learned to make in his grandmother’s and aunts’ kitchens, he said.

Since then, Sedlar has become an acclaimed chef whose dishes have become popular among diners in Los Angeles, where he opened his pan-Latin fusion restaurant, Rivera, in 2009. The restaurant was named one of the nation’s “Best New Restaurants 2011” by Esquire magazine, which also named Sedlar as “Chef of the Year.” Gourmet magazine called Sedlar the “Father of Modern Southwest Cuisine,” and he also competed on the Bravo TV show Top Chef Masters.

Sedlar said his L.A. restaurant is an “homage to all Latin American kitchens.” For example, Rivera’s lunch menu includes Piquillos Relleños, which are Spanish peppers stuffed with chorizo, golden raisins and gruyère. The dinner menu includes Yucatán Puerco Pibil, which is made of pork shoulder and achiote, then wrapped in a banana leaf and braised sous-vide style.

For dessert, a patron at Rivera can order Mil Hojas, which is 70 percent Colombian chocolate leaves served with ripe banana, cabrales queso azul and a Spanish red wine reduction.

Sedlar looks to bring his Latin-inspired cuisine to Eloisa as soon as it opens in the fall, he said.

“Santa Fe has long been, and still is, the epicenter of the most flavorful, vibrant Southwestern foods found anywhere in the United States,” Sedlar said in a news release. “I’m so looking forward to returning to the Santa Fe cocina to cook once again my own contemporary versions of the wonderful foods I first ate as a child in my grandmother’s kitchen on Alto Street.”

Among other recognitions, Sedlar was named as a “Top 50 Who’s Who Cooking in America,” and Food & Wine magazine placed him on the “Honor Roll of American Chefs.” Apart from cooking, Sedlar served as spokesman for Mexican tequila Patrón.

“Chef Sedlar’s mastery of modern Latin cuisine, and his Santa Fe roots make him a perfect fit for our restaurant,” said Tauseen Malik, the general manager for the hotel.

According to the news release, Sedlar’s father moved to New Mexico to work for Los Alamos National Laboratory, while his mother’s family has lived in Northern New Mexico for centuries.

‚ÄčOriginal article appears here: http://www.santafenewmexican.com/life/taste/acclaimed-chef-with-santa-fe-roots-to-helm-drury-hotel/article_0cf0c7dd-7ec7-5240-8fb6-765c69354205.html
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