Cote serves Korean barbecue with American steakhouse favorites like iceberg wedge salad, shrimp cocktail, dry-aged rib eye and an extensive wine list. The clubby, industrial Flatiron District space is lined with big booths whose tables are inlaid with do-it-yourself grills. The menu includes traditional, well-marbled cuts of beef and short ribs, along with spicy kimchi stew and bibimbap. Behind the 110-seat operation is restaurateur Simon Kim, whose Piora in the West Village bears a Michelin star.
Good for Groups