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Miss Gogi puts its own spin on Korean barbecue

posted on August 7, 2017 at 12:09 pm
A steak on the grill, along with kimchi, vegetables, cheesy corn, and more PHOTOGRAPH BY JENNIFER ZYMAN.

A steak on the grill, along with kimchi, vegetables, cheesy corn, and more
PHOTOGRAPH BY JENNIFER ZYMAN.

Atlanta has one of the most vibrant Korean food scenes I’ve ever encountered. Numerous sub-genres of Korean cooking are represented here—tofu houses, bibimbap joints, Korean fried chicken, dumplings, Korean shabu shabu—mostly in Duluth, Suwanee, and beyond. And within Korean barbecue, you’ll find all sorts of different cooking styles, from the inverted cast iron griddles at Honey Pig to charcoal barbecue over shiny grates at 9292.

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