After a decade perched between the Granville Entertaiment District and West End nightlife, a downtown hip-hop lounge has closed its doors with plans to move on to bigger and better things.
The final night for Lickerish resto-lounge at 903 Davie Street (at Hornby Street), which featured live DJs and hip-hop and R&B music videos in a two-level space, was on New Year’s Eve.
A message on the establishment’s website states that they are searching for a larger venue than their spot straddling the West End and Yaletown neighbourhoods.
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Thank you all for an amazing 10 years! Some of you already know but New Years Eve was our last night at this location! We are excited to move on and look for a bigger and better venue. We appreciate all the support and we look forward to seeing you again! Good luck to you all in 2019! 🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾
The menu spanned shared plates, flatbreads, burgers and sandwiches, salads, and desserts, alongside a list of martinis and cocktails with names such as LLychee Cool J, H to the Izzo, and Thug Life.
Selections ran the gamut from Thai chicken skewers, mashed potato spring rolls, and ebi mayo to taco flatbread, chicken and waffles, and deep-fried Mars bars.
The Georgia Straight has contacted Lickerish for further details.
The closure follows other changes to nightlife in the area, including the closures of Davie Village nightclub XY and LGBT bar 1181 on December 31.