Culver City Times Restaurant Guide: A-Frame

A-Frame

12565 Washington Blvd.


Kind of Food: Modern Picnic

Signature Dishes: Peruvian-style beer can chicken, swordfish tacos, Korean-style barbecued lamb chops, furikake kettle corn

Ambiance: Noisy and fun. Seating at smaller tables and larger, picnic-style benches. Patio with fire-pit.

Music: Excellent indie pop.

Self-description: "A-Frame is a place that came from the feeling I used to get when cracking crabs on Redondo Beach Pier as a youth. The salt air, the cement benches. Newspapers and wooden mallets. Family and friends. The kind of food that you wanted to eat then and there is re-imagined here and now. Eat with your hands, reach across the table, lick your plates clean and share food with some strangers. Walk around, talk with your mouth full and get ready to get dirty. We know what your spirit’s hungry for. So bring it on over and let us feed it already." 

Lunch Menu

Dinner Menu

Reviews:

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Magazine

Jonathan Gold or Jonathan Gold

I Flip For Food

Pleasure Palate

Grizzly Bear Modern

News:

A-Frame Lands on Jonathan Gold's 99 Essential Restaurant List (CCT, 11.21.11)

Some Amazing Pictures (kogibbq.com, 10.13.10) 

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