Row 1

328 Douglass St (3rd Ave and 4th Ave)
Gowanus, NY 11217
(718) 855-2620
Korean, Karaoke
$ $ $
Mon–Fri: 5:30 PM–Midnight Sat–Sun: Noon–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • The fried chicken is absolutely delicious. If you go with a large party (7 or more), get a whole. As far as cocktails go, the tiger's whisker is awesome. Get some karaoke in, too! Super fun spot.
  • karaoke rooms are a great value ($60/60 min for a room that fits 10 people)
  • Everything. Incredibly delicious and the sweetest, best staff of any restaurant I've been to. Seriously.
  • Really great group dining spot. BBQ + Beer Pitchers + Soju + Karaoke = Great Night
  • The short rib bbq is great and the meat Mandu. Kimchi fried rice is also ok. I don't recommend the pork belly. In general fresh ingredient, but really loud in there.definitely a great addition.
  • !!! Amazing)))
  • Bossam (the pork belly) was delicious but the rest of the food was meh. Didn't try the bbq but that may be the way to go.
  • This place is really good. The fried chicken is a must. The tequila with agave vinegar cocktail is delicious with just the right amount of spice. No reservations for under 6 people.
  • Loved the rice cakes, the breakfast hash, and of course the Korean BBQ! Good place for a big group of friends.
  • Pork belly is good. Fried chicken, if you like sweet, fried stuff. Solid Brooklyn interpretation of classic Korean dishes.
  • Get your own mochi waffle during brunch! You won't want to share it
  • Fried chicken, blood sausage, mai tais and Karaoke
  • Nothing is good here . Worst service ever. Don't go. Overpriced as well.
  • Karaoke rooms are so fun
  • Ordered fried chicken, the pieces with bones were raw! The muscles in the tofu soup tastes bad! However, it is a nice place to hang out and grab drinks.
  • Korean BBQ in a fun and modern setting, with karaoke rooms in the back
  • Dolsot Bibimbap and fried chicken are the standouts. Huge space. Haven't found the right BBQ meat yet.
  • Some of the better Korean food in NYC, produced by the owners of another fave, The Good Fork. Great quality ingredients, good beer list, weekend lunch. Service is a bit unfocused and mostly non-Korean
  • Tiki cocktails,
  • Double however much bulgogi you were going to order, drink a bunch and then make your way to the Jungle Room in the back to belt your heart out