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The bar tasting at Walker Inn is one of my favorite nights out. If you love interesting cocktails, then you'll love it too. It's a quiet back room in a busy bar, with a 6 person counter. The drinks are presented one after another- not quite the same size as a full pour, but as you'll be drinking 5-7 of them in the next 2 hours, that's a-okay. There is usually an experiential component, as well as a small bite here and there. Remember to eat dinner first, otherwise you may find it a bit difficult to walk at the end. Some of my favorite drinks ever have been at the Walker, including the most interesting bloody mary, a hollowed out grapefruit, an old fashioned that tasted like christmas smells (served with charcoal ice), and a perfectly balance sake and pisco concoction that was entirely unique in my experience. When you're done being fancy at Walker, head down the street to either korean bbq for sustenance or around the corner to breakroom for 80s themed dancing. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The dining scene in Koreatown is booming and making headlines because it encompasses a wonderful variety of nightclubs as well as traditional and 24-hour diners that utilize recipes from Korea and other cultures. If you value quality service and want a unique dining experience, the restaurants here will impress you. Just about every bistro has plenty of food options on its menu. Anytime you have a taste for an exotic entree, you can go to any seafood eatery and order the specialty. Tofu is a must-try ingredient. Koreatown caters not only to Koreans but also to barbecue lovers. Bar and grill businesses are open and serving hot meals for lunch and dinner. Because this neighborhood has more than its fair share of college students and tourists, the atmosphere at most eating places is hip, casual, and even family friendly.