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Korean eatery opens on 30th Avenue

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Nov. 21, 2014  By Michael Florio

A new restaurant offering both Korean and American food opened this week on 30th Ave.

Don Korean Grill, located at 42-06 30th Ave, opened on Monday,

The Korean eatery serves traditional dishes such as Kalbi (grilled sliced rib-eye over rice) Bibimbap (ground spicy pork sausage, grilled mixed veggies, egg sunny-side up, spicy sesame sauce over rice) and Don beef soup,.

The restaurant serves traditional American dishes, such as a variety of burgers and chicken wings.

An employee, who didn’t want to be named for this article, said business has been decent this week.

“There have been people coming in to check it out,” he said.

While it is mostly designed for take out, the restaurant does have three chairs for those who hope to dine there.

It is open from 4:30 pm to 9:45 pm Monday through Thursday, 4:30 pm to 10 pm on Friday and 11:30 am to 10 pm on weekends.

The employee said the hours may change to accommodate lunch hours, particularly in the summer.

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