Occasionally, we'll document some the fits we wear when trying out dope spots for y'all. We were feeling particularly wavy when we visited Seoul Food so here's a breakdown of what we wore:
Hat: Joyrich T-shirt Dress: Adidas Originals Shoes: Adidas *
Jacket: Asos Shirt: BP Nordstrom Skirt: Missguided Shoes: Asos
Now for the grub...
Seoul Food might have of the dopest patios in Charlotte. The atmosphere is what draws people here. Picnic tables, craft beer and views of the skyline combine for a true summertime vibe. Seoul Food is a Korean barbecue restaurant with soul food inspiration, which results in a very eclectic menu. The food comes in shareable portions, and the amount of meat available will leave you bloated. Niks and I opted to try nearly everything on the menu, and our fave was definitely the wings. These are probably the biggest chicken wings we've had ever in life, and they were BOMB. Our second favorite menu item was probably the crispy pork belly, which was also delicious.
We also tried Seoul's version of collard greens and their ramen mac n' cheese--an interesting take on the southern staple. Honestly, we were not fans of the Ramen. We've become cheese snobs as of late, and we weren't having the American cheese slapped on Ramen--it took us all the way back to our college struggles. However, it is a unique dish and worth a try if you're in the city!
Price: Pricey AF for smallish portions $$$
Vibes: Summer time fine, nice beer, dope fits, bring a group of friends and cool out. Ladies--find someone that wants to trick off and buy the whole menu. Or buy it out on your own. We love #GirlBosses around here. Fellas--RIP to ya wallet.