Original Joe’s opening Langley location

Restaurant will open its doors on Fraser Highway on Feb. 17

A new casual dining restaurant is set to open its doors in Langley this weekend.

Original Joe’s will open its 14th B.C. location in Langley on Sunday (Feb. 17). It is also the 56th location Canada-wide.

The menu offers a casual dining experience with pub classics to more creative items.

“Langley is known for its warm sense of community, and I am excited to share the Original Joe’s experience with our new friends and neigbhbours,” said Sherri Porth, the managing partner for the Langley location.

A big priority for the restaurant is being actively involved in the community, so the Langley Original Joe’s is partnering up with local charities.

The first partnership will be with the Langley Food Bank and fifty cents from each pint of Big Rock Traditional going to the food bank.

The Langley location is at #5 20811 Fraser Highway and is open from 11 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week. There will also be a patio.

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