Earlez Grille

(323) 299-2867 | View Website

3630 Crenshaw Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA | Directions   90016

34.022116 -118.334664

Open Hours

Mon 10am-9pm, Tue-Sat 7am-9pm

Hot Dogs, Traditional American, Mexican  more

More Cuisine: Hamburgers

Categories: Bars & Clubs, Restaurants

Neighborhoods: South LA, Crenshaw

Beef Dog, Beef Jumbo Dog, Spicy Beef Hot Link, Spicy Chicken Hot Link, Turkey Dog, Turkey Jumbo Dog, Hot Dog Extras, Chicken Breast, Pastrami, Salmon Burger... more

Reviews for Earlez Grille


Chili dog heaven for vegetarians and carnivores. Beef or vegan dogs, meat or vegan chili, white or wheat buns. The possibilities are endless. Don't forget the Playa's Punch.

over a year ago

BEEF CHILI/VEGAN CHILI in Leimert Park – Great for hotlinks and burgers. Also has a vegetarian menu as well. This chili spot is affordable, fills you up, and is active in the community. The chili cheese hot links are my favorite, but I always make sure to get NY style onions on it because it makes it taste a lot sweeter. But it's not only the onions that are sweet, because I actually had a sweet potatoe pie to go along with my meal. This pie was absolutely amazing. Overall, I enjoyed Earle's and plan to return.

over a year ago

SImply good chili. – On a strip mostly dominated by the barbeque havens of Stevie's, Philip's, and the like, Jack's Chili Factory offers a nice, cheap, comforting bowl of chili mostly to locals. But there are so many options here. Turkey chili, beef chili, with or without beans. Straight up, on spagetti, macaroni, rice, brown rice, fries, or even fritos! Never mind that their specialty is a chili covered tamale, plus they have tacos, soups, and sandwiches. I had a nice talk with the co-owner (the son of the father and son), who was very nice and chatted with me when I told him I'm going to participate in a chili cookoff. He wouldn't however, reveal any details of their long-held secret recipe. Shucks. Anyway, it was a great research spot, and as it's close to USC, I'm surprised there aren't throngs of kids hanging out there. The chili (I had straight up beef, no beans) had a nice consistant kick. Not too fatty (there was orange oil gathered on top), and spiced well, just so well that I couldn't discern the cumin from the chili powder, the tomato from the beef. It all came together into one cohesive bowl, looking much like the thing you'd get a carney's or pink's, but MUCH tastier by itself, and stands alone well without a hot dog, or for that matter, without a tamale. 4 stars for convenience, price (under $3 for a good-sized bowl), and friendly staff.


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