West Michigan Fried Chicken and Chili Dog Joint Shuts Doors for Good
After five years in business, a Jenison restaurant known for its fried chicken and chili dogs has permanently closed.
The Owners of Bird Dogs at 672 Baldwin Ave. shared news of the closure to Facebook on Monday, March 6, saying,
As of today Bird Dogs in Jenison Michigan will be closing its doors permanently.
It's been a blessing to be able to operate in this community over the last 5 years.
We thank you for all of your support!!!
Bird Dogs described itself as having "famous fried chicken" and "even famouser chili dogs."
Other menu items included chicken sandwiches, wings, tenders, wraps, Pronto pups, and sides like fries, coleslaw, mashed potatoes, and mac and cheese.
Customers are sharing their sadness on the closing of Bird Dogs.
Barb L. writes,
We love your food. Best chicken in the area. You will be missed.
This is so sad to hear, your Korean BBQ chicken sandwich kept our household coming back! You guys will truly be missed ,not just because of the food, but especially since you became a part of the Jenison community and another great small business at the Baldwin Plaza!
I wish you guys could have given the community a heads up so we could have given you a proper goodbye. Thank you for being such a staple for our family the last couple years. Your staff was always so welcoming and the food was AMAZING.
The owners also own Mill Creek Tavern in Comstock Park, which remains open. Anyone with gift cards can use them at Mill Creek Tavern or can get a refund, if able to provide a receipt.