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Soft Opening at Little Jack's Tavern Gives Glimpses of the Menu

That burger though

Erin Perkins

Restaurateurs Brooks Reitz and Tim Mink took their latest concept, Little Jack's Tavern, for a spin last night. If the Instagrams are any indication, the evening was a hit. For anyone following along at home, there were glimpses of chef John Amato's burger and a sliver of a menu. Little Jack's officially opens at 710 King St. this Saturday at 5:00 p.m., but until then, here's a look at the updated classic tavern serving smart pub standards and classic cocktails.

First run through. That was fun. @littlejackstavern opens Saturday at 5.

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Killer shot @littlejackstavern from my good friend @squirefox

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Burger for dessert?

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Delicious sneak peek @littlejackstavern today! We can already tell this will be our new local. Opening Saturday!

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