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D92 Korean BBQ

D92 Korean BBQ

It offers the kind of Korean barbecue that typically warrants a trip to the suburbs.
Best New Restaurants in Atlanta - 9292 Korean BBQ

9292 Korean Barbecue

Korean barbecue is the sum of its parts. At 9292—the flagship of a growing mini-empire, including the almost-as-good D92 in Decatur—each part is a cut above.

Eat bulgogi-stuffed pierogi and “slutty” tofu at Korean Fusion—a pop-up from an epidemiologist

Chef, cookbook author, and epidemiologist Seung Hee Lee loves to experiment at her Korean Fusion pop-up dinners. “Pop-ups are always unexpected, and I love the adrenaline rush,” she says.
The Brasserie at Bazati

The verdict on 3 newcomers to Atlanta’s dining scene

Our mini-reviews on the Brasserie at Bazati, a French-themed restaurant; Grant Park's Full Commission, a neighborhood spot with an all-purpose feel; and Decatur's Son of a Bear, a fun Korean joint.

The verdict on 6 newcomers to Atlanta’s dining scene

Mini-reviews of the Local Pizzaiolo, the White Bull, Noona, Achie's, Genuine Pizza, and Dixie Q
Korean food

Take a tour of true Korean food in metro Atlanta

Everyday Korean author Seung Hee Lee takes us on a tour of four Atlanta restaurants where you should eat Korean food now—no KBBQ included.
Heirlom Market BBQ reopens fire

Heirloom Market BBQ reopens after a fire destroyed its smokehouse

A fire destroyed Heirloom Market BBQ's smokers on Friday the 13th, but that's not stopping the popular barbecue joint from serving a limited menu, which includes their spicy Korean pork and extra orders of their Korean fried chicken.
50 Best Restaurants in Atlanta

19. Yet Tuh

For those of us without Korean grandmothers, Yet Tuh’s chefs are the city’s closest substitutes.

K-BBQ Factory brings more exceptional Korean barbecue to Duluth

K-BBQ Factory, the latest restaurant from the owners of 678 and 770, continues to prove that Atlanta's Korean barbecue scene just might rival that of Los Angeles or New York City.

Octane Grant Park is now officially Revelator—and is launching a Korean pop-up

Since Revelator bought Octane last spring, the two coffee companies have been quietly working to merge their operations. The most obvious example of that change happens this month in Grant Park, where Octane will take the Revelator name and launch a new South Korean pop-up.

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