12565 W Washington Blvd
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WHAT TO EAT: Cracklin Beer Chicken and Chu Don't Know Mang
EATER TIP: Make a reservation if you don't want to share a communal table
The TV show featured a comprehensive review of A-Frame's most popular dishes (which seemed like almost every menu item), some of which I was instantly intrigued by because of Choi's creative take on fusion fare.
Last month during dineLA Restaurant Week, Stacy surprised me and took me to A-Frame. Though A-Frame has been an institution since late 2010, the elevated Hawaiian concept has only been in fruition for a year and a half and I was mouth-wateringly excited to get some grindz in mah belly, brah!!
After Stacy and I finished our dineLA meal, we had already made plans to come back for their AYCE Pancake Brunch on the weekend. We invited some friends and family this time to join in on the experience (Sherry, Gary, Joe, Meesh, Sebas, and Sleeping Benji).
Fun fact: before A-Frame, the building was formerLY AN IHOP restaurant.
And, for all you alcoholics out there, an AYCDrink special is offered as well which includes a mix and match of Micheladas, Dos Equis, Mimosas, and Bloody Marys. View brunch menu.
If pancakes ain't yo thang, there is an AYCE Chicken Night on Sundays from 5-10pm. The offer includes Cracklin Beer Can Chicken, Mochiko Chicken, and Korean Chicken Wings served with a handful of sides including Togarashi Fries and Hawaiian Rolls — uhhh... all I gotta say is DAYUM!! I am FOR SUREZIEZ gonna do this one night during football season.
Who's with me? :)