The second part of our entree was supposed to be a Lettuce wrap that we built ourselves using lettuce (of course), Smoked Pork Shoulder which we self pulled, Kimchi, Cilantro, Rice, and Korean Chili Paste. While I did use all of the ingredients, it didn't end up as a lettuce wrap. Everything about this was really good and while I did eat everything together, I didn't see the point in trying to eat it with my hands. The pork was tender, smoky, flavorful, and pulled easily. The kimchi was crisp and spicy, the rice was perfectly cooked and helped cut the spice of the kimchi and the chili paste and the cilantro provided a nice garnish.
Dessert was simple, classic and very good. We were served a Double Chocolate Brownie, Salted Caramel Ice Cream, and Salted Caramel. The brownie was served warm and the ice cream was cold (obviously) and they provided both the sweet/salty and warm/cold contrast that works so well together. I enjoyed my meal here. The food was good, my company was interesting, and the space was interesting. While I would come back for another beer dinner, after looking at the scattered menu and seeing what is was like in the main dining room, I am not sure that I would return otherwise.