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Where to Get All-You-Can-Drink Deals in K-Town

The AYCD menu (Kristine P. via Yelp
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In case you feel the need to really punish your liver, you may want to belly up to the bar, put the taxi cab company on speed dial, and check out the all-you-can-drink deals at one Koreatown watering hole.Metrowize is tipping tipplers off to a new spot called, appropriately, Hangover, since we presume if you go there, you're gonna get one:

For a measly $14.99, you can purchase all-you-can-drink draft beer (varying prices for different types of beer, although you’ll never spend over $17.99 for this special) and proceed to get hammered, while a barrage of Korean dishes make their way to your table. Same deal with soju. Lots of bottles of soju for $11.99.

The bar, in the old Brown Derby spot on Wilshire, already has loyal fans; one Yelper has already declared his intent to put a ring on it (and we don't mean with his beer glass on the tabletop): "[I] want to marry this bar!" he raves. "I'm so in love imma go down to the city clerk right now and get that marriage license and then spend some lovely time inside my new bride." (Um, ew?)

And, yes, they serve food to help you soak up all that booze. Luckily Hangover is just a couple of blocks from the Wilshire/Normandie Purple Line Station, which will soon have trains running to 2 a.m. on weekends, to help folks get home safely.

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