Crenshaw’s Chicken Spot to Serve Wings at Pop Up

Buffalo, barbecue and jerk wings are coming to the Crenshaw Farmer's Market and the corner of Crenshaw Boulevard and Stocker Street this February
The Crenshaw Farmer's Market in Leimert Park, where Crenshaw's Chicken Spot will set up shop | Photo: Official
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Erin Crenshaw happened to grow up in the Crenshaw neighborhood of Los Angeles, and decided to open Crenshaw’s Chicken Spot after learning the ins and outs of the restaurant business while cooking at her parents’ eatery, Little Kingston Jamaican Restaurant.

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“I was inspired by my parents, they have their own restaurant right now. I was definitely inspired by them, just being on the business side of everything and just learning a lot, it made me want to try it out myself,” Crenshaw told What Now Los Angeles. “I think wings are great finger food. Sunday nights you buy a lot of wings or have a party when there’s a game or something, something that you eat with your family. It’s something that you eat with a group of people — you eat wings with your friends you eat with your family.”

Starting in mid-February, the pop up will be set up on weekdays at the intersection of Crenshaw Blvd. and Stocker St. and at the Crenshaw Farmer’s Market at 3333 W 43rd Pl. in Leimert Park on weekends. Initially, Crenshaw will just carry french fries and three wing varietals — buffalo, barbecue and jerk wings inspired by her parents’ restaurant. Crenshaw said that she will develop different flavors as time goes on.

Crenshaw said that catering and delivery for large groups will also be available.

Christina Coulter

Christina Coulter is an eager journalist from Connecticut with dogged tenacity and the sensibilities of a small-town reporter. Before and after graduating from Marist College in 2017, Christina covered local news for a slew of publications in the Northeast, including The Wilton Bulletin, the Millbrook Independent, The Kingston Times, The New Paltz Times and the Rockland Times. For nearly four years before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Christina was the lead reporter for The Saugerties Times, living and breathing the goings-on of the 20,000-strong Hudson Valley community. Christina weathered the pandemic in Atlanta, where she got a taste for the city's people and flavors. After a brief stint covering news in Connecticut and New York once more with The Daily Voice, Christina was taken on by What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles, where she aims to unweave the intricacies of both cities' bright restaurant communities.
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