This Korean barbecue spot is the meal equivalent of a choose-your-own-adventure book, except instead of directing little Robbie to venture into the windy forest, you only have to decide how much food should end up in front of you - and the answer is always a lot. The meats at Hobak are a level above the other Korean BBQ spots in town and include Black Angus beef that should definitely be on your table.
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