Let’s say that there’s a massive crowd hanging around the entrance of some of the other Korean barbecue places where you were going to eat. Try Let’s Meat. It’s a pretty straightforward Korean barbecue place on a 5th Avenue with friendly service, good-sized portions, and quality meat. Plus, it comes with a built-in dad joke.
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