This place might have the damndest collection of dishes you’ve ever seen share the same table: savory onion-tomato soup, a spicy pork bowl with bulgogi-style barbecue, waffles topped with boneless Korean-style spicy-sweet fried chicken, and “Millionaire’s Bacon.” It’s a hybrid approach to dining, with robust, calorie-busting Asian-inflected breakfast and lunch fare by day and contemporary Korean cuisine by night—undeniably odd but fun, bold, and festive. About that slow-cooked bacon: It makes an impression, with brown sugar coating with, chili flakes, and cayenne pepper—dark and glistening like something out of a Game of Thrones banquet. BSC doesn’t take itself too seriously, an attitude that spills over onto food, where the executive chef isn’t afraid to cook up dishes that can seem completely out of left field. But where else can one enjoy two distinct dining experiences under one big roof? Serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily.