The Woo is a two-story Korean barbecue spot in Soho with fancy beaded curtains and big marble tables with grills in the middle. It’s a tiny bit pricier than some other spots around town, but the meat is great, especially the marinated bulgogi. So if you want to have a fun group meal downtown and don’t mind spending around $60 per person (just on food), this place is a good option. It doesn’t get too busy, it’s perfect for something last-minute as well.
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