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Three Floors for Korean Barbecue in SoHo

Julie Choi will open an upscale Korean barbeque at 206 Spring St. in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood.

“This is the most unique restaurant space in SoHo, and every chef we showed it to walked away saying ‘wow’,” said James Famularo, senior director and principal for Eastern Consolidated. “The three levels offer the best of the best in the restaurant business, including a renovated kitchen, walk in boxes, and a wine room.”

Choi’s family introduced authentic Korean cuisine to Manhattan in the 1970s at Woo Lae Oak, and expanded the concept in 2005 to the highly-rated Bann Restaurant now operating in Midtown West. She signed a 15-year lease for the 7,500-square-foot space, including a second floor space with seating for 250 and a lower level with kitchen support.

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