Jin Mee Restaurant's team captivates visitors with a diverse spread of authentic Korean barbecue, kimchi dishes, broiled seafood, and colorful stews. They present a bilingual menu that catalogs Korean delicacies such as fish roe stew, kimchi hot pots, and stir-fried squid. As a testament to the notion that grilling barbecue is a trans-cultural culinary tradition, the kitchen staff also flame-cooks tender beef short ribs, brisket, and pork belly right at the dinner table—eliminating the need for guests to bum-rush the kitchen all at once. Jin Mee also pours beverages to go with entrees, such as frosty beer or Korean soju spirits.
21 Restaurant & Lounge not only embraces a late-night hotspot's hours – 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. – but also its club-like ambiance. According to Las Vegas CityLife, internal LED lights lend 21's clear white tables a "sci-fi vibe." More earthly sights arrive on 21's Korean small plates, from spicy rice-cake skewers and sea snails mixed with veggies to what CityLife considers "perfectly fried" wings.
An extensive selection of beer complements feasts, as does soju, a Korean liquor served solo or mixed into fruity cocktails. By 2 a.m., 21 transforms from club-like to full-on club with bottle service and live entertainment in the form of DJs, karaoke singers, and a guy who can go a full minute without blinking.