5 Reasons You Need To Be a Regular at ButaPub

Nestled in the historic German House, ButaPub draws on Asian influences to fill out their creative menu. Fresh ingredients such as kimchi, pickled vegetables and various seasonings are found throughout their uniquely flavored dishes. The beverages are also carefully selected, with tasty cocktails available and an excellent line up of craft beers with a local focus. Below are five reasons that you need to frequent this South Wedge eatery.

 


1) Ramen
Best. Ramen. Around. It comes in a delicious broth that is layered with miso-chile tare, light ramen noodles, pickled cucumber, poached egg and sprinkled with a furikake seasoning. This is all topped with two pieces of perfectly cooked pork belly.

 


2) Live Music
ButaPub is constantly bringing in live acts to dawn the stage in their spacious dining area. Check their Facebook feed for updates – they host everything from hip hop to alternative music.

 


3) Korean Chicken Wings
In a city known for wings, these are some of the best around. They are served crispy with a sumptuous sauce of your choice: gochujang, soy-garlic or sweet-sambal. Sesame seeds and scallions are then added to bring out even more flavor.

 


4) Unique Atmosphere
ButaPub is set in the basement of the German House which provides a trendy and vintage atmosphere. There is a lounge space, pool table room, stage for bands, outdoor seating and a magnificent bar area that plays host to a tasty selection of craft brews.

 


5) Pork Belly Steam Buns
These pillowy delights come with hearty pieces of pork belly that are topped with pickled vegetables. What gives this dish extra flavor though is the togarashi mayo that is layered over the pork. Togarashi is a Japanese chile-based spice blend that gives the mayo some kick.

 

ButaPub is the featured restaurant for Nite Out in the month of June. Nite Out is a local service where subscribers have amazing restaurant experiences each month at Rochester’s best spots. Find out more.

 

 

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