Juku is a Japanese restaurant situated within an experimental art space. Located in the former Le Baron space (on the edge of NYC’s Chinatown), Juku serves omakase and izakaya by acclaimed chef Kazuo Yoshida, and features a whiskey bar created by artists Freeman-Lowe. SBQW created the space in collaboration with Max Levai, director of Marlborough Contemporary and curator of Juku’s phenomenal art collection.

Juku is a Japanese restaurant situated within an experimental art space. Located in the former Le Baron space (on the edge of NYC’s Chinatown), Juku serves omakase and izakaya by acclaimed chef Kazuo Yoshida, and features a whiskey bar created by artists Freeman-Lowe. SBQW created the space in collaboration with Max Levai, director of Marlborough Contemporary and curator of Juku’s phenomenal art collection.

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 Juku is a Japanese restaurant situated within an experimental art space. Located in the former Le Baron space (on the edge of NYC’s Chinatown), Juku serves omakase and izakaya by acclaimed chef Kazuo Yoshida, and features a whiskey bar created by artists Freeman-Lowe. SBQW created the space in collaboration with Max Levai, director of Marlborough Contemporary and curator of Juku’s phenomenal art collection.
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Juku is a Japanese restaurant situated within an experimental art space. Located in the former Le Baron space (on the edge of NYC’s Chinatown), Juku serves omakase and izakaya by acclaimed chef Kazuo Yoshida, and features a whiskey bar created by artists Freeman-Lowe. SBQW created the space in collaboration with Max Levai, director of Marlborough Contemporary and curator of Juku’s phenomenal art collection.

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