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Love Korean BBQ interiors with long wooden tables and neon signs on the back wall

Love Korean BBQ



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Is it lame to say that the name of this restaurant is exactly how we feel about it? Yeah, but it’s too late now. Situated on the corner of 32nd and 5th, this fun three-story place has spinning rainbow-colored lights, a bar in the basement, and DJs every weekend after 6pm. They have several combos ($109 to $269) to choose from that come with a cornucopia of vegetables to throw on the grill, and our favorite is the one that comes with both beef and pork. Add some smoky and peppery japchae along with their custardy truffled steamed egg. We’d come here just for those two things.

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Jongro is one of our favorite Korean barbecue spots in the city, although it gets pretty busy. Put your name in, then go sing some karaoke.

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Our favorite spots around 32nd Street to have someone grill meat at your table.

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