If you’re someone who can expense copious amounts of food and drinks to your company, bring clients to Dons Bogam for high-end Korean BBQ. The big, all-black space feels like it could be in Tribeca or Meatpacking, and the interior is covered with bottles from its long wine list. If you don’t want a Monday morning meeting with your accounting department (or you don’t happen to have a corporate card), then stay away from the $100 steaks and order from the a la carte section of the menu instead. The pajeon (scallion pancakes) are very good, as are all the bibimbaps.
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Cho Dang Gol
Cho Dang Gol is a classic Korean restaurant in Koreatown that’s been around for several decades.
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Kunjip is a Koreatown favorite, Perfect For a quick meal before you head to Madison Square Garden.
Haenyeo is a walk-in-only spot in Park Slope with a fun atmosphere and some very good Korean food.
Atomix is a restaurant in Nomad where you sit around a counter and eat a 10-course, $175 Korean tasting menu. For a special experience, it’s worth it.
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Her Name is Han
Incredibly fun and serving some very delicious Korean food, Her Name Is Han is a no brainer.
Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong
Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong is quality Korean BBQ and a really good time in Midtown.
Turntable Chicken Jazz
Party time fried chicken in Midtown that’s absurdly addicting and a fun place to eat food if you don’t take yourself too seriously.
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