It’s only been a short while since news broke that one of our favourite local purveyors of salty, deep-fried-to-perfection chicken was expanding, and ‘Little Juke’ as it’s recently been coined, is almost ready to start fryin’.
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Located at 1074 Davie Street, Juke Fried Chicken’s second location will be fully licensed (in about a week-or-so) and offers the eatery’s signature selection of drool-worthy southern-inspired eats like ribs, slaw, chicken, and veggie dishes.
And while the counter service-only Little Juke is smaller in size compared to the OG Chinatown location (it has 22 seats), the selection of eats are actually bigger at the new West End spot.
Patrons can get the new quarter, half, or whole Juke rotisserie chicken, and a larger version of their iconic gluten-free, non-GMO-grain-fed and free-range fried chicken sandwich called the ‘Big Boy’.
Other new additions include the drool-worthy nuoc cham ribs and mac & cheese poppers and roast potatoes, and milkshakes, which will be available alongside all your favourite Juke classics.
You can get these eats from 11 am til late daily – and that includes take out and delivery too. Brunch will slowly be introduced into this location in the near future.
Little Juke officially opens its doors on Wednesday, August 29, but you might find it open over the weekend if you’re in the neighbourhood.
Address: 1074 Davie Street, Vancouver