Devil's Door is a gastropub operated by SSG Food, the culinary arm of a certain Korean conglomerate whose mobile device you may in fact be holding at this very moment. At the height of the craft beer revolution sweeping Seoul, SSG Food jumped into the fray with Devil’s Door, making a huge investment with massive, 200-year-old traditional German brand Caspari brewery equipment installed on-site. Combined with a 10 meter bar, high ceilings and stylish industrial furniture, the atmosphere is reminiscent of a luxurious, spacious factory. In addition to beer brewed on-site, a wide variety of bottled beers from around the world are also available. Stave off hunger by ordering the Ultimate Devil’s Burger, mac and cheese balls or smoky popcorn served with casual flair in a paper bag. Keep in mind that serving portions tend to be somewhat on the small side. Smokers will appreciate the classy smoking room, a rarity in newly smoke-free Seoul. But be prepared for a wait of at least 30 minutes—Devil’s Door is a huge hit.
|Venue name:||Devil's Door|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu, Sun 11:30–12am; Fri–Sat 11:30–1am|
|Transport:||Express Bus Terminal Station (Line 3, 7, 9), exit 2, Banpo Station (Line 7), exit 3|
|Price:||Beers from 7,500 won, mains from 8,000 won|