Translated from Korean, damso means having small conversation with friends and loved ones, and chef Eric Lee encourages guests to linger over his innovative dishes. If it’s tapas-style dining you’re after, choose from small plates like DFC (Damso fried chicken) coated with yangnyum-style chili sauce or panko-crusted calamari filled with spicy fried rice. Or roll up your sleeves to tackle larger plates: kalbee osso buco is a hearty braise of AAA beef ribs, and Korean seafood bouillabaisse is a bubbling hot pot of lobster, prawns, scallops, squid, and mussels. An ice-cold Hite beer or a maple-yuju Korean mojito will quickly quench the flames.