Biergarten on the outside seems like just another one of those weird, bland sports bars all over Ktown. But on the inside, you’ll find a bar food menu different from everything else in the city. With both German and Korean influences, you can expect everything from kielbasa to kimchi pancakes and that’s exactly what you want while your team embarrasses themselves on national TV.
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