Barn Joo

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Barn Joo is a Korean-inspired gastropub in the bridge over Flatrion District and Union Square. The exciting characteristic of Barn Joo's menu is a changing array of Small to Large plates – highlighting the use of farm to table ingredients – offering comfort foods with the touch of Korean soul. We focus on bringing the best out of ingredients and transform them into exotic flavor profiles, yet in a simple form that our guests can relate to. Guests are welcome for a quick bite at the bar, a specialty cocktail in the lounge, or for a pleasant dining under our naturally organic yet unique ambiance

BARN JOO (Barn - An agricultural building used for storage, Joo – Drinks in Korean) The meaning of Barn Joo in Korean – Accompaniment in Music / Drinks accompanied by your meals. We want to create a warm and welcoming venue to eat, drink, and play with 70s, 80s, 90s & Today's Hit Music. So simple.
Venue name: Barn Joo
Address: 893 Broadway
New York
Price: $31 to $50
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Brian M

 Barn Joo is a cozy Korean restaurant north of Union Square that puts its own twist on some conventional meals, while remaining true to Korean cooking.  Start and finish your meal with a Galbi Salad that includes watermelon and short ribs. The duck sliders are incredibly delicious and could be an appetizer or meal.  In fact, ordering a few starters for a table will certainly fill your stomach quickly.  The spicy chicken burrito, with kale, was an interesting selection for a Korean restaurant, but definitely held its own.  The ambiance is a bit dark with video wall murals,that change as you eat.  The service was efficient and there was not an empty table for my 6pm visit.