We may be at Red Wings for beer and bar food, but this being Korean beer and bar food, the first thing to arrive at the table is pickled daikon. A few minutes after we order a $26.90 beer-and-chicken-wing combo, the waiter brings out a small bowl of white cubes, marinated in barely enough vinegar to tame the radish bite, as well as a plate of shredded cabbage dressed in squiggles of peach mayonnaise. His next trip brings us short, stubby glasses and a pitcher of Hite beer. Rather, sort of a pitcher. The practical-minded Korean brewery sells pitchers premeasured into brown, plastic screw-cap jugs. Ours lands on the... More >>>
Yani wings, front and center: hot and sweet and garlicky.