Pink Baijiu cocktail with mint on top in a whisky glass decorated with painted fowl with mist spilling from the top.
January 8, 2016

Richard Tang of Craft Izakaya says he’s on track to open his Korean barbecue and yakiniku (traditional Japanese) restaurant in mid-January. Located in Inman Park at 299 North Highland Avenue, Char will serve a meat-heavy menu, designed by Jey Oh, also from Craft, and a wide range of cocktails by Hannah Leonard, currently of the Blind Pig Parlour and H&F Bottle Shop.

Typical to most Korean barbecue restaurants, the a la carte menu will have $14 to $18 small plates, including pre-sliced cuts of raw beef tongue, chicken, Waygu short ribs, Berkshire Farms pork, and USDA Prime beef. Guests will cook them over an infrared grill on their table (instructions will be provided, says Tang).

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