Live jazz and Korean fried chicken? Yes, please. After a visit to this dimly lit, wood-bedecked East Village restaurant you'll think the two are as harmonious as blues and barbeque. If live jazz is not on the agenda, there's a DJ tucked away on the second-floor balustrade spinning records from the floor-to-ceiling 30,000-strong record collection on the side wall. The restaurant claims it serves the best Korean fried chicken in the city. And they may not be lying. It's
spicy, it's cripsy, and it often inspires a second order. The rest of the Korean-accented menu includes kimchi pancakes and skewered grilled meat.