Tag Archives: Itaewon Station

Motor City Pizza in Itaewon – The Best Thing to Come Out of Detroit Since Slim Shady

Slim summarizes my reaction when I tried Motor City for the first time last month in this infamous gif. So overwhelmed by pizza goodness, I couldn’t speak nor comprehend my whereabouts. Yeah, it’s pretty fucking amazing. Let’s dive right into it. How to get there:┬áMotor City Pizza is right on the main strip, so it’s […]

Little India Seoul – Great Indian Food by the Mosque in Itaewon

Helloooooo!! It’s been a crazy two months since my last blog post. In that time, I have visited Boston, New York, Cuba and of course my home country, Canada. I’ll get to some of those destinations soon enough, but before discussing those shenanigans, I want write about Little India Seoul, one of the better Indian […]

Wang Thai Revisited – Still the Undisputed King of Thai food in Seoul

Happy New Year! Hopefully your 2014 will present you with many blessings and adventures. One goal that we had for this blog was to update restaurants and attractions on a fairly consistent and regular basis. Although we love visiting new places, we thought that having a blog that is dedicated to quick and reliable updates […]

Left Coast Artisan Burgers – Great Food, Chill Atmosphere and You Can Take Their Food Home!

I had the opportunity to finally visit Left Coast Artisan Burger in Itaewon. LCA is the new burger joint on the block, and is a popular favorite amongst the Seoul Burger Lovers community. After trying their Juicy Lucy burger, they clearly deserve the accolades bestowed onto them. How to get there:┬áThe easiest way to get […]

Woodstock in Itaewon – Live Music, Dive Bar, Heaven.

Woodstock… A name that conjures up so many memories. In Itaewon, Woodstock is a staple for live music, a occasional game of pool and a lot of character. Woodstock bar is like an old car that has survived multiple winter storms, dirty, beat up, but for some reason, you can’t just let go of her. […]

Craftworks – The King of Craft Beer in Seoul and the Food’s Not that Half Bad Now Either.

Reviewing Craftworks Taphouse and Bistro is tricky because I’ve been there countless times over the course of my time here in Seoul, and like any relationship it has had its ups and downs. It was love at first bite, then we hit a rocky patch, and now, after a roller coaster ride of a relationship, […]

Battle of the Bookstores: What The Book versus Itaewon Foreign Book Store

Two stores, two very different experiences. One store feels like a small town, locally owned independent bookstore with a collection that has spanned over decades. The other store feels like a giant, soulless corporately owned MegaBox store with a vast selection of books, neatly organized into sections without a speck of dust touching their covers. […]