Howlin' Ray's

Stories about Howlin' Ray's

Two Howlin’ Rays Cooks Flew the Coop and Opened a Hot Chicken Joint of Their Own

Harry Levin • Los Angeles Magazine • October 7, 2021

their own while working side by side at HowlinRays, the Chinatown hot chicken spot known in pre-pandemic times for having waits as long as three hours. Humble Bird’s menu has some similarities to the menu at HowlinRays, but Silva and Waldrop have

classic chicken sandwich except on grilled toast with a piece of cheese to go with it. The popcorn chicken at Humble Bird comes in a popcorn-style tub. While working at HowlinRays, Silva had his own secret-menu item entitled “Louis Fries,” in which fries

Where to find Burmese food in Alhambra

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • December 12, 2022

HowlinRay’s The waffles from HowlinRay’s in Pasadena. (Jenn Harris / Los Angeles Times) On a recent Friday, seated at a table inside the new HowlinRay’s restaurant in Pasadena, I tweaked my neck trying to get a peek at the next table. A server

its most popular items. HowlinRay’s is known for its Nashville-style hot chicken. Next to Kim Prince’s Hotville, it’s one of the best in town. But before the pandemic, the HowlinRay’s kitchen crew operated a waffle machine repair shop in their

Take-Out Tip of the Day: Howlin’ Ray’s Has (At Last!) Launched Delivery

Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • May 14, 2020

Like so much of our life in The Before, waiting in a three-hour HowlinRay’s line is a thing of the past (at least for now). Thankfully, after taking a bit of a hiatus to develop a plan, your hot chicken fix is back. One of L.A.’s favorite fried

chicken spots has partnered with Postmates for delivery straight to your door. Open from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Monday through Saturday, the Postmates page offers a selection of HowlinRay’s faves. As of now, it doesn’t include everything from their full

Hot chicken is everywhere. What about hot fish?

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • March 13, 2023

-inspired menu items across Southern California. With the Hotville food truck and two locations of Howlin' Ray's, it's easy to understand the obsession. If hot chicken has become part of your weekly rotation, I'm about to make the argument for hot fish. Hear

rest of us, is a fan of Nashville hot chicken. "I know here that Howlin' Ray's is really big," he said. "I wanted to try a version with the hot fried collars." He sources his collars from a sustainable striped bass farm in Baja California. They're fried

Make your way through the 101 Best Restaurants list at these affordable places to eat

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • December 20, 2019

and heat. — P.I.E. 6600 Florence Ave., Bell Gardens, (562) 776-8800, Executive chef Natalie Curie, center, with her parents, Leonardo and Maria Curie, founders of the restaurant. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times) HowlinRay’s

(81) In L.A., the Nashville hot chicken phenomenon has reached its apogee at HowlinRay’s, a restaurant whose famously long lines are a testament to the thrilling potency of its product. More than three years after it opened inside Chinatown’s Far

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Jonathan Gold reviews Howlin' Ray's Hot Chicken

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • July 1, 2016

What happens when you take your first bite of Nashville hot chicken, say the Howlin’ Hot fried chicken at Chinatown’s HowlinRay’s?  You burn your fingers for one thing — the bird is just out of the fryer, and you’ll probably want to tear the

a customer at HowlinRay’s hot chicken. (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times ) Nashville hot chicken here may have started with the hot chicken Wednesday nights at the Nickel Diner, the beloved restaurant on an SRO-intensive block of downtown famous

Here Are the Dishes Angelenos Have Been Ordering Most During the Pandemic

Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • July 20, 2020

June, 2020. Top Restaurant Orders1. HowlinRay’s, The Sando2. Sweetfin, Build Your Own Bowl3. Dave’s Hot Chicken, Sliders with Fries4. HiHo Cheeseburger, HiHo Double Cheeseburger5. The Bigg Chill Frozen Yogurt, The Big Chill6. Tatsu Ramen, Bold Ramen7

. HowlinRay’s, Wings8. Dave’s Hot Chicken, Tender with Fries9. Tacos Gavilan, Taco10. Fat Sal’s, Fat Texas Top Fast Food Orders1. Chipotle, Burrito Bowl2. McDonald’s, French Fries3. Panda Express, Build Your Own Plate4. Chipotle, Burrito5. Shake Shack

At Chinatown's Pearl River Deli, the menu is always changing — and worth chasing

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • August 4, 2022

took an opportunity to try out a pop-up in Far East Plaza in a storefront vacated by Eddie Huang’s Baohaus. As he settled in, Lee watched the lines for HowlinRay’s hot chicken sandwiches trail down the plaza corridors for two months. Then the world

Chinatown restaurants from The Times' 101 list: 2020 edition

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • January 4, 2021

version is preternaturally crisp yet juicy, a delirium of crunch, salt and heat that rewires your brain, albeit only briefly, pointing you closer to the inscrutable pleasures of HowlinRay’s’ palate-roiling chile heat. Pork katsu is the foundational sando

10 places to drink in Los Angeles

Patricia Escárcega, Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • December 10, 2020

Mexican American brunch. — P.I.E. 4400 E. Gage Ave, Bell, Endorffeine Coffee When the line for Howlin' Ray’s would stretch down the corridor of Chinatown’s Far East Plaza, Jack Benchakul’s storefront across the way could sometimes fade