There are very few spots in Atlanta that you can go to for Korean barbecue and soju on a Friday night, and then go back for brunch on Sunday. In fact, there might only be one, and that’s Char in Inman Park. At night, this place gets packed with groups grilling bulgogi, splitting bibimbap, and snacking on things like brown sugar sesame fries and k-town poutine. On weekend mornings, however, this place serves things like Korean chicken and waffles and egg-topped kimchi fried rice. When you need a break from your routine brunch spot, this is the place to go.
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