Wedding season is here, and with it, frantic inquiries from brides and grooms about how best to entertain out-of-town guests, where to host rehearsal dinners, and where to throw bachelorette parties.
Here’s an inquiry that stood out from the pack: briankim needs a completely private room, preferably at an Asian restaurant, to accommodate a traditional Korean wedding dinner and a ceremony called a paebaek. They’ll need a non-cramped space, and want to pay less than $100 per person for 20 people. briankim initially had his eye on EN Japanese Brasserie, but then realized—thanks to coasts for the note—that this Korean family might not want a Japanese restaurant for historical reasons.
Any tips, hounds? Think: Saturday night, less than $100 per person, parking needed, restaurants that have private rooms, perhaps even on separate floors. Help out a soon-to-be married couple!