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8.0

Let’s Meat

$$$$

307 5th Ave, New York
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We once planned a 9-person birthday party at Let’s Meat about 48 hours in advance. That kind of “oh no I forgot to make a reservation” flexibility is partly what makes this loud two-story KBBQ spot worth knowing about. The other part? Let’s Meat serves all-you-can-eat set menus for $39.99 or $45.99 per person. With either option, you’ll have 100 minutes to eat unlimited marinated hanger steak, pork jowl, and spicy marinated chicken alongside $15 bottles of soju or flowing bong towers of beer. (The slightly more expensive version comes with more offal and seafood, and that’s pretty much the only difference between the two.) Just make sure to order rice on the side, and don’t let your meat haze make you forget about the all-you-can-eat sundubu-jjigae and spicy rice cakes.

It’s sort of shocking how decent the meat tastes at a place with unlimited cow. Maybe don’t ask too many exploratory questions regarding this topic—just be thankful that restaurants like this exist. After dinner, walk around the corner to Karaoke City for $8-per-person-per-hour karaoke.

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