Pony BBQ

Korean
Downtown

Softly opening back in October, this Korean BBQ project from the minds behind spots like Otto Yakitori and Bar Otto is a wildly decorated place that evokes the side streets of Seoul. Atop their swish circular and subway-tiled booth tables, you can cook up stuff like 48-hour marinated short ribs, fatty pork belly, king oyster shrooms, and all the other fixings. There are standalone dishes as well like bibimbap, steamed egg gyeranjjim, and rabokki, a type of tteokbokki with added ramyeon noodles.

Pony BBQ