Oseyo is a new Korean restaurant on the East Side that makes for a great night out. Starters include things like Tong Dak fried chicken and dumplings, but the real standouts are the Dolsot bibimbap in a stone bowl and the slightly-sweet bulgogi with chili paste and kimchi. There’s a long bar where you can snag a seat solo or with a friend, and plenty of big tables if you want to come with your Succulents Squad to talk about not watering your plants.
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