Korean fried chicken might have owned 2007-2008 but it thankfully hasn't disappeared from New York. In fact, some of the best bird in town can be had at this new jazz-themed restaurant and bar in the East Village. The crispy chicken (available in spicy and sweet) is so good that it makes up for the rest of the menu, which isn't bad but rarely hits a high note. Listen up, music lovers: Not only does the bar showcase a piano that doubles as a table, the cavernous, snazzy industrial digs house owner Myung J. Chung's personal vinyl library--a whopping 30,000 albums displayed floor-to-ceiling behind a glass wall. Diners can request any record and watch it travel along a suspended ceiling track to the DJ.
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Korean fried chicken owned 2007–2008. From K-Town to Flushing to Wall Street, KFC swept the city—only the Colonel's recipe didn't have a chance against this newcomer. Fryolators bubbled nonstop at Kyochon, Bon ...