Brian O’Connor started Bok a Bok with his partners in 2016. The first location was opened up in White Center. It’s been a quick rise in two years time, now Bok a Bok has three locations: White Center, Burien, and Capitol Hill. Last weekend, Brian was manning the tills at his Capitol Hill location for three days of chaos at Capitol Hill Block Party. Right in the middle of the chaos, connected to Neumos, Brian was in great spirits for all three days he was slanging chicken wings, strips, and sandwiches.
Bok a Bok offers some of the most delicious fried chicken in the state. It’s hand dipped, air dried and double-fried for a memorably juicy and crunchy poultry experience. The biscuits and sides are made from scratch every day. Bok a Bok has three locations, Capitol Hill, Burien and White Center. If you’re in Everett you’ll have to make a drive south, but it is definitely worth your time if your a fried chicken fanatic.
Bok a Bok serves their chicken in strips, wings, and sandwiches, but not your normal chicken sandwiches. Soy sesame garlic, umami BBQ, spicy and yuzu green chili are sandwich styles. Besides biscuits, sides include, kimchi mac and cheese bowls ane cabbage, tater tots, steamed rice and a house-made spicy honey. There are several bowl options that use tater tots, rice and mac and cheese as a base that is combined with the other sides like a KFC Famous Bowl on steroids. Bok a Bok serves party packs to ensure any gathering that needs fried chicken gets fried chicken. Wing Party Packs come in 50, 75, and 100 piece combos.