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JOHNNY PRIME’S STEAKHOUSE REVIEW

THAT’s what breakfast should be… Not only is it gorgeous but it tasted great too. The steak could have used a bit more salt and pepper, but that’s only if you were eating it by itself. When combined with the rice, you got all the savory elements from the bacon and kimchi working together with the steak, so it’s all good. 9/10.

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COGNAC CLASSICS WEEK IN NEW YORK


Food lovers know the contemporary updates on traditional Korean cuisine here can’t be missed. Just remember to try one of the signature cocktails to see what makes this spot even more special.

Cognac Classics Week cocktail: Gelo Honrade’s K-Town Sidecar, made with Hennessy V.S.O.P Privilège cognac, Giffard Crème de Pêche de Vigne liqueur, pineapple coriander allspice syrup, fresh lemon juice and Peychaud’s bitters



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NOW GO AHEAD AND SPEND THE NIGHT IN KOREATOWN

There are plenty of reasons to cross West 29th street, leaving the swank bars of NoMad behind, to spend a soju-fueled night under the neon lights of K-Town.

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WHERE TO EAT IN AND AROUND NYC’S KOREATOWN

Osamil carries a standard Korean beer and soju list, along with a variety of spirits not usually found in Koreatown, including Japanese whiskys. The restaurant specializes in Korean skewers and bar food, and most diners come for a side honey butter chips. Catering to those looking for a more relaxed vibe one block over from 32nd street, Osamil also offers late night drink specials, including a beer bucket with Hitachino White, Hite, Kronenburg, and Peroni for $35, and daily food specials.


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DISCOVER THE BEST FERNET-BRANCA COCKTAILS IN NEW YORK CITY

Food lovers know the contemporary updates on traditional Korean cuisine here can’t be missed. Just remember to try one of the signature cocktails to see what makes this spot even more special.

Featured cocktail: Gelo Honrade’s Trader Vittorio, made with Fernet-Branca, Cruzan black strap rum, Clément Mahina coco liqueur, orgeat and a pineapple brulée garnish.


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THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN KOREATOWN

Walk into Osamil, and you’ll hear The Isley Brothers, Otis Redding, or some other kind of old-school R&B that’ll make you want to hang out in this dimly-lit space for several hours. It also doesn’t hurt that this little Korean pub serves some of the best food in the area, with a great kimchi pancake and various other things like uni bibimbap and a burger. There’s a bar up front where you can drink or eat by yourself, and the dining room in back is perfect for a slightly upscale meal with friends, parents, or your friend’s parents.

 

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OSAMIL OVERSIZED COCKTAILS

Sharing is caring at Osamil where oversized cocktails are perfect for two or more. Too Legit to Quit with dark rum, tequila, vodka, lime, tamarind syrup, mint, black vinegar syrup and pineapple juice and Oops I did it Again with vodka, toasted coconut rum, Thai chili honey syrup, cranberry juice, passion fruit and fresh lemon, are large enough to share with a few friends or Dad on Father’s Day next week.

 

OSAMIL

It appears that only a few short weeks after opening Osamil in the early fall of 2016, the three partners of Nomad Izakaya have another hit on their hands. At 5:00pm when Tom, the photographer for Manhattan Sideways, and I walked in, there were a few people milling about at the impressive white marble bar. By the time we left, about an hour and a half later, there was not a seat to be had upfront, and the tables for dinner were rapidly being filled...

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THE OSAMIL EXPERIENCE

The Osamil experience for Joanna Lin (aka Ready Set Jo)’s new foodie show filming was one of the most unique Korean dining moments I’ve had thus far in NYC; I got a taste of some real authentic dishes each with their own style and twist, including a super badass chef’s cut prime beef tartar with Korean pear, gochujang remoulade, and a freaking QUAIL EGG...

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뉴욕의 모던 한식당 제2라운드

5 W 31번가인 주소의 숫자를 그대로 읽어 오삼일이라 이름을 지었다. 개스트로펍인 이곳은 주방으로 시원하게 난 유리창을 통해 조리하는 모습을 지켜볼 수 있는 오픈 키친, 1000개의 전구를 활용해 꾸민 바, 벽 한 면에 마시던 술을 저장해두는 술 캐비닛을 둔 식사 공간 등이 마련되어 있다. 편안하면서도 세련된 분위기의 인테리어 덕에 저녁에 들러 맛있는 요리와 함께 술 한잔하기 좋은 곳이다. 셰프 데이비드 리David Lee는 <미쉐린 가이드>에서 2스타를 받은 테런스 브레넌Terrance Brennan의 레스토랑 피숄린Picholine과 에이프릴 블룸필드의 레스토랑인 스포티드 피그Spotted Pig 등에서 일했고 할아버지부터 3대째 요리사의 길을 걷고 있다...

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Giant #pork #shank with all the #Korean fixings! Delicious!

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This #BeefTartare with chef's cut prime beef, Korean pear, quail egg and gochujang remoulade was one of the many highlights of tonight.

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