PLAN DATE: WEDS / MAY 8
A local favorite in Busan, South Korea, yoon brings the flavorful authenticity of Korean BBQ to the New York fore with a contemporary flourish that’s sure to impress your tastebuds. Making all efforts to preserve tradition, the short ribs at yoon are prepared according to a family tradition that’s able to tenderize even the toughest of meats for a Galbi experience literally like no other. Think tender, marinated short ribs, sirloin, rib eye, and brisket, add a special dipping sauce made from savory meat jus, and get totally, absolutely excited for this fiery feast.
When you’ve officially stuffed yourself silly with skirt steak and sirloin, head over to big and boldly elegant bar The Liberty for some space to throw back a couple of classic drinks and stretch your legs. Beautiful green couches line the walls on an intricately tiled floor for old New York vibes that’ll get you settled right in, while a 34-foot long granite bar in the middle hints at treasures so great, you’ll get excited as soon as you see it. Go for classics like a dirty martini or sling back a simple beer. Pick a spot, and drink to your heart’s content.
8 West 36th Street, Manhattan
idk tip: As an app, you’ll want to share the seafood scrumptious Busan neighborhood pancake.
29 West 35th Street, Manhattan
idk tip: They make a great Moscow Mule here, so if you’re not sure what to go for, you can be certain it’s solid.