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August 14th, 2019

You Had Us At Sake Juice Boxes

Enjoy Korean home cooking at pretty Oseyo, which translates to “welcome to my home,” in East Austin.


1628 East Cesar Chavez

You were hoping that subbing your hangry tendencies for a pair of ice cream kicks would curb your cravings. 

Since the pastel pair only made you more ravenous, take your growling tummy to Oseyo, which just rolled out a new happy hour. Featuring Korean home cooking inspired by owner Lynn Miller's family recipes, here you'll find traditional banchan, which are extra-small plates (think kimchi and soybean sprouts) that enhance mains like slow roasted pork belly and noodle. As you gawk at the interior highlights like a custom basket sculpture chandelier and vintage mismatched dining furniture, tip back specialty cocktails—part of the new happy hour. So are sake juice boxs, pictured—made with local water, the freshly-pressed sake is directly sealed into the box for a hint of fruit and a dry, clean finish. 

You'll want to get there lickety split.

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