Great news for fans of Amboy, the daily takeout window operating as part of the larger Unit 120 concept in Chinatown. Beginning August 15, Jeremy Fall will be installing a burger concept on-site called Easy’s, a lunchtime option for the meat-obsessed.
Fall first previewed Easy’s at Coachella this year while working with Unit 120 owner Alvin Cailan over the second weekend of the festival. The concept is simple: $9 gets customers a single patty burger with a thick slice of red onion and some proprietary sauce, plus some fries and a drink. You can bulk up with cheese for $1 more, or move into a few more specific options like the Hiro Burger, which includes kosho mayo and caramelized onions.
Easy's is just the latest concept for Fall, who has been on a tear lately with his breakfast bar concept Nighthawk, plus an upcoming bar and deli named Tinfoil Liquor & Grocery. The arrival of Easy's also signals the official end of Amboy, which has stopped service from the window in order to test out an expanded menu with dinner possibilities and a possible standalone location down the line. Easy's opens August 15, keeping daily hours from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.