They’re opening the doors of Little Juke in the West End on Wednesday, August 29–and there are a few new things you’ll find at this location.
Little Juke will have the same chill vibe as the Chinatown OG, with a take-out counter, and fully-licensed counter-service with seating for 22 inside the Davie Street spot.
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Open daily from 11 a.m. until “late,” Little Juke will of course have their menu of regular and spicy fried chicken, made with non-GMO-grain-fed and free-range chicken in a gluten-free coating.
But they’re taking chicken to the next level here with the addition of rotisserie chicken, available whole, or by the quarter or half, along with a few other tasty items: Vietnamese-inspired nuoc cham ribs, ‘Big Boy’ fried chicken sandwiches, and sides like mac & cheese poppers and roast potatoes, and milkshakes, too.
Little Juke will also offer brunch on Saturday and Sunday, and will have wine, cider, craft beer, and craft cocktails from the bar.
The westward expansion of Juke follows the recent two-year anniversary of their first location.
Little Juke is located at 1074 Davie Street in Vancouver