Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Troy Korean restaurant celebrating beer-and-wine license

An assortment of Korean beverages
One of Troy's newest restaurants will hold its grand opening on Friday now that it has received its state beer and wine sales license.

The Korean restaurant Sunhee’s Farm and Kitchen, which has been operating in soft opening mode at its 95 Ferry Street location, will begin the party at 9 p.m. A free buffet will include such ethnic dishes as fish cake soup, dried squid and cuttlefish, anchovies and peanuts, and spoicy rice cakes. The regular a la carte menu will be available until 10 p.m., and the buffet later.

Among adult drinks that will be available for sale are Korean beer, wine, sake and soju. In addition, the event announcement says, the party will be "Featuring DJ Trumastr and an unorthodox mix of kpop funk, and complimentary Korean bar snacks for all. Join us this Friday night for pre-New Year's Eve kpop vibes and Korean late night, good food (and now drinks) and even better company guaranteed."

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