Choose Between Two Options
- $24 for $40 worth of Korean barbecue and drinks for two or more
- $48 for $80 worth of Korean barbecue and drinks for four or more
Everyday Good House
At Everyday Good House, diners make their own Korean barbecue on charcoal tabletop grills. The charcoal gives the meat—be it pork belly, flank steak, or rib eye—a smoky flavor, and the DIY nature of the enterprise means guests can eat their meat ultra-rare or as overdone as they like.
The eatery satisfies appetites with traditional Korean dishes, too. Regulars have been known to rave over the cold, spicy naeng myun noodles (a.k.a. buckwheat noodles) and the piping hot pots of bibimbap. And for dessert, guests can head downstairs for the sweetest treat of all: karaoke in a private room.