It’s a family-friendly jimjilbang (communal) spa, offering a café with all the bibimbap, banchan, and spicy kimchi dishes you can handle.
Knock on said door and a dude wearing a bowler and ascot will answer and let you in. Hidden in the back of a K-Town parking lot is this graffiti-covered beer bar-slash-restaurant.
Beer Belly's self-described speciality is craft beer and crafty food, and the menu lives up to its eclectic promise.
The excellent selection of local craft beers changes daily, and the food is bar bites-meets-county fair -- think double bacon mac & cheese, pork cheek chili cheese fries, and deep-fried Oreos.
There’s also a coed floor (everyone’s in robes) where you can sweat out your night in saunas or soak up whatever else you consumed with ramen, rice, and BBQ meat.
If you’re looking to expand your horizons beyond all-you-can-eat BBQ, this place is a good start, especially if you start by trying their galbijjeam -- a classic Korean comfort food dish with melt-in-your-mouth braised short rib.