This place in the Richmond feels a little like you’re eating in a Top Golf or a chain sports bar, but instead of loaded potato skins, they serve really solid Korean BBQ. Come here with a few friends and go for the $25 all-you-can-eat option. Load up on pork cheek and lemongrass chicken thighs, and maybe get some bacon-wrapped asparagus so you’re not just eating meat the whole night.
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