Eat Korean Barbecue and Sing Your Heart Out at Gunbae
Eating barbecued meats before belting out your favorite songs in a karaoke room is a vaunted tradition in Korean restaurants. Gunbae (67 Murray Street) is your chance to try it with one of the best of both worlds in Lower Manhattan.
Gunbae — which means “Cheers!” in Korean — is like “stopping by a house party where you don’t know anyone, but feel instantly at-ease,” according to The Infatuation. It has a menu full of exclusive cuts of meat, from Wagyu Kalbi to T-bone steaks, plus vegetarian and gluten-free options. Once you finish the cocktails and soju sampling in its sleek upstairs dining room, it’s time to head downstairs to the private karaoke rooms.
The three comfortable, couch-lined rooms offer state-of-the-art karaoke technology and a separate bar menu to keep you going all night. Gunbae offers hourly open-bar deals, too. You’ll be full of food and music and ready to “cheers” the night away.Tags: barbecue, gunbae, karaoke