My First Mouthwatering Korean BBQ In Toronto's Koreatown
Koreatown is one of the best districts in Toronto for food, Korean food is generally really healthy and tasty, my friends invited me to join them for a Korean BBQ at one of the best restaurants in town. A must-try when hungry in Toronto.
I love hanging out with my Korean friends, they are the coolest people I know downtown.
Last weekend I dropped by with my Wii for some intense tennis battles. It must have been one of the most crazy weekends yet.
It started of with a lottery ticket, since I wanted to go to Sensation Black badly this year but didn't have the time nor the funds for it. I decided to put my hopes on a lottery ticket in order to have a small change to still go to Europe next weekend. But without luck.
Friday: Playing Wii downtown was a blast. Things got so intense that my friend even started bleeding after hitting the chair. Afterwards we went to Wetbar got smashed. Some girls were screaming due to soaking themselves with cranberry juice accidently but luckily I had a Tide2Go stick on my and ran to the rescue. Shit hit the fan at the end of the night and we got kicked out and almost ended up in a street fight but the other guy was to scared and bounced so we bouced to Chinatown and got some delicious Chinese food at Excellence restaurant. More Wii at home while getting more smashed. I actually woke up at 7 pm the next day.
Saturday: Started off with lots of pizza on QueensQuay as a remedy against the hangover. At 8pm we went to the JCCC in Toronto to meet my other friends and see the Japanese summer dance. Afterwards we got some snacks and got ready for another crazy night out, this time at Muzik. Muzik is definitely a high-class club with gorgeous girls.
We got some bottles of Vodka and started to walk around. I went up to the VIP but the bouncer blocked me, I told him that I was gonna call his boss if I didn't let me up, after some more social engineering he finally cracked. Once kicked out we left for Guvernment more jamming until early dawn, we made our way to 7's restaurant at 7am (quite cinical). How did we get home? I have no idea.
Sunday: 4pm, rise and shine, time for some Korean BBQ in Koreatown. Excellent food, my friends actually introduced me to Korean food and now I am hooked for life. After eating we bounced to the International Market at QueensQuay for some live music and socializing. We ended the weekend with a massive plate of Sushi, Jackass and some company.
Definitely one hell of a weekend.