West End’s fried-chicken spot Little Juke is closing its doors next week

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      We’re all familiar with Chinatown’s popular fried-chicken spot, Juke Fried Chicken (182 Keefer Street), known for its crispy, gluten-free Southern-inspired bites.

      Its sister establishment, Little Juke (1074 Davie Street), launched in the heart of the Davie Village last year.

      But the West End counter-service eatery recently announced it will be shuttering next week (September 22), which means its fans will have to trek a further for its deep-fried goods.

      In its last week of service, the restaurant will offer free delivery on all its orders placed through Foodora and DoorDash. That means its signature fried-chicken, sticky ribs, salads and sides will be delivered without any of the pesky delivery fees.

      Although Little Juke will soon be no more, the team has been working on a new concept that will debut in the same space shortly after the closure.

      “We want to extend a very sincere thank you to all of our fans who supported us at Little Juke,” Justin Tisdall, who opened Little Juke last year with Juke co-owners Bryan Satterford and Cord Jarvie, said in a press statement. “Stay tuned, we can’t wait to change the dial and show everyone in Vancouver and beyond what we have in store for them.”


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