Dae Gee's Third Korean Barbecue Now Open at Fourth and Broadway

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Fans of the hip Korean barbecue joint, Dae Gee, which got its start in Westminster and came to 827 Colorado Boulevard in 2014, have a new place to pig out. Dae Gee's third location is now open at 460 Broadway, complete with tabletop grills, a full liquor license and a few new menu items, including two styles of galbee (beef short ribs) not previously on the barbecue list.

Owner Joe Kim says outdoor bar seating is on its way just in time for spring weather and that he'll also soon add a happy hour menu of unique offerings. Dae Gee's lunch and dinner slates comprises a number of traditional Korean soups, rice bowls and platters but are designed to be easy to navigate for those not familiar with the cuisine. Even the complimentary small plates called banchan appear with photos and descriptions so guests know what they're digging into. And the owner says people shouldn't worry too much about which of the side dishes go with the entrees. "It's like our motto: 'Pig out,'" explains Kim. "Just do it big and do it how you like it."

Dae Gee is now open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily with a few off-street parking spots available. 

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