Ate-Oh-Ate co-owner Ben Dyer tells Eater his restaurant’s second location will start serving kalua pig plates,
loco moco teriyaki burgers, and other Hawaiian dishes on the corner of SE 52nd Avenue and Woodstock tomorrow, October 6, starting at 11 a.m. Ate-Oh-Ate has already built a reputation for its fast-casual surfer vibe and its menu of well-priced dishes from Dyer's home state of Hawaii. Along with Dyer, Ate-Oh-Ate Grill is owned by Jason Owens and David Kreifels — the trio behind Laurelhurst Market, Simpatica Dining Hall, and Reverend's BBQ.
The new location has a 600-square-foot dining room and 48 seats, and Dyer previously said the new Ate-Oh-Ate would serve a slightly smaller menu than the original location, focusing on the original’s greatest hits. Eater has reach out for more details.
For now, here’s the to-go menu. As you can see, it comes loaded with teriyaki chicken and kalbi ribs plate lunches and that illustrious hangover cure, the kalua pig sandwich topped with steamed cabbage. Starting October 6, Ate-Oh-Ate Grill will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.