Comfort food can mean different things to different people, from the chocolate girls slam after breakups, to the mac & cheese that reminds you of mom, the only person who didn't break up with you for liking Mac & Me. Showing you what it means to be comfortably Korean: b.b.go
Setting up shop in the shoebox-sized former digs of O! Deli, b.b.go's a quick-service "fusion rice bar" with giant pop-art styled pictures on its walls depicting its menu: a carefully-selected short list of apparently Korean comfort-food rice dishes from the dubbap and bibimbap families (the MMMBob family was presumably too bland). Starters include a pan-fried seafood & scallion pancake called seafood pajeon, a deep fried cellophane noodle dish with beef or tofu flavorings called japchae, and fish and rice cakes with veggies & spicy sauce dubbed dukbokgi -- silly b.b.go...chickens bok, duks qak. On the rice side of life, there's bibimbap (a mix of white rice, a fried egg, a sauted/seasoned veggie namul, chili paste, and either seaweed, sprouts, tofu, or thin-sliced soy-marinated steak), plus the more-substantial "dubbaps", which include a thin-sliced pork variant along with the L.A. Bulgalbi served with beef ribs, finally providing a West Coast beef that won't end up with Diddy doing a tribute album
If you don't want your dinner in a bowl, they've also got a tofu tuna burger and an egg/beef/rice gimbap roll, and to keep you happily hydrated, there're plenty of bubble teas and all the standard sodas -- so with Coke taken care of, it's on you to provide Mac with the comfort of remaining alive by buying him some Skittles.