Earlez Grille has moved to an even better location (as much as I hate to say it) about 2 miles north on Crenshaw to Jack's Chili Factory just south of the Expo Rail (coming soon). Dwayne Earle still runs the place like a tip top ship with quality and a quantity of products, but the menu expanded, the hours expanded and the space really expanded.
It's still a lot more than you'd expect. (begin original post) It has the best chicken and turkey sandwiches in the city, along with a wide selection of great veggie products.
I haven't been there on Tuesday to know if the special skinny fries returned, but top 'em with veggie chili and it's great.
Dwayne Earle, on the right, started the business with his family after running
a hot dog cart for a decade. Every meal is made to order with a precision that is almost fanatical.
The business opened in 1992 and became a sensation, for those in the know. Dwayne said he's going to franchise and is looking for investors. Soon lucky people all over L.A. will realize that Tommy's is good only for a hangover and Pink's is overrated. Earlez takes the hamburger and hot link to a new level.
Earlez Grille 3630 Crenshaw Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90008