We’ve been incredibly privileged to work with a number of amazing folks over the years, and each and every one of them has contributed immensely to this project. They’ve created hundreds of amazing cocktails, tons of stellar dishes, and they’ve managed to continuously be some of the coolest folks you could ever hope to work alongside.”
The statement credited team members from Jamestown, the real estate investment and management company that owns Westside Provisions District, for giving the Victory Brands team latitude to “create a wholly unique nightlife space.”
Roles at other Victory concepts will be offered to Little Trouble employees upon the closure.
In addition to Asian-inspired craft cocktails, Little Trouble’s menu included bowls, baos, dumplings and snacks made by Mushi Ni, a concept from husband-and-wife team Tanya Jiminez and Michael Le. Mushi Ni also previously took over the kitchen at Victory Brands concept SOS Tiki Bar in Decatur and recently opened a stall in the Chattahoochee Food Works food hall.
The red and blue neon sign at the entrance of Little Trouble was also a popular spot for guests to take photos to post on Instagram.
Other Victory Brands concepts include Victory Sandwich locations in Inman Park and Decatur, as well as LLoyd’s Pizza and Victory Coffee on DeKalb Avenue.
Food and beverage concepts in the Westside Provisions District include Aziza, Brash Coffee, Brown Bag Seafood Co., Falafel Nation, Five Daughters Bakery, Flower Child, Forza Storico, Ormsby’s and Taqueria del Sol.
The development was also previously home to restaurants including Redbird, JCT Kitchen and Bacchanalia.
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