The kings of Korean BBQ in LA (Kang Ho Baekjeong) have opened a new restaurant in Ktown and we’ll tell you this - it’s fancy as sh*t. But also pretty good. Located next door to that Denny’s on Wilshire you go to after seeing shows at the Wiltern, Terra Cotta is big and beautiful (there are glass chandeliers), with a menu that can best be described as fancy American-Korean fusion. Think hamachi with wasabi slaw, uni fried rice, and a really excellent steak tartare.
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Galleria Market on Olympic Blvd. is one of LA’s biggest (and best) Korean markets. The one on Western’s not too bad, either.
If you want a Korean BBQ spot with high-quality meat and a party atmosphere, but shorter wait times than other Koreatown spots, head to Soowon Galbi.
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572 Social Kitchen + Bar
The American food at 572 Social Kitchen is good, but you're really at this Big Bear spot for the rowdy atmosphere.
Weho Bistro is a tiny French spot in West Hollywood with decent food and a patio ideal for brunch dates.
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