Off-strip Vegas gem Hobak Korean BBQ is a family favorite because we miss having access to Korean bbq in Wilmington, NC. Our years in SoCal and Virginia were filled with adventuresome Asian shopping and dining out. Sadly, the only BBQ in the south is Carolina BBQ, which is great, don’t get me wrong, but it’s nothing like Korean BBQ! Korean BBQ is a communal eating experience right at your table, washed down with Soju or Hite Beer or..at least at Hobak… a beer and soju tower right at your table that is a ready-to-pour tap of goodness! The meats at … Continue reading Hobak Korean BBQ will leave you full of happy!
Tailgating for the MSU vs UofM game tonight with one of our family favorites. Go Green. Korean chicken wings (Dakgangjeong), roasted shishito peppers, Asian Cole slaw, and deviled eggs japonaise. Go White. So good and never a leftover. Victory for … Continue reading Go Green…Go White..Go Dakgangjeong
One of my passions is exploring the parts of cities where the locals go. Eating the food and having the experiences that are true to your destination. Most folks who visit Las Vegas stay on the strip and feast on fast food, designer chef restaurants and buffets. If you are willing to stretch a little further, you will have some wonderful dining experiences that don’t break the bank. We discovered a little gem in Chinatown called Inyo. A no frills setting in a strip mall serves up some of the best Asian cuisine I have ever had. Though they … Continue reading Chinatown Gem/ Las Vegas eats
One could live in a city like DC for years and barely make a dent in its eating scene. Although, every time we visit I get another chance to try! Toki Undergound anyone? Good timing and patience is a must at this tiny, no reservation gem in the H Street Corridor. Fortunately for us, we arrived at quarter to 5pm and were second in line! Quirky decor, loud music….let the games begin! Grab a stool, get a beer or cocktail and decide what type of wonderful house made noodles you would like. But first…. try an appetizer … Continue reading D.C. Eats