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Korean fusion thrives at DB Grill

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    Ed’s Signature Kalbi plate ($22) with duck-fat fried rice is one of the highlights of a DB Grill lunch.

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    DB Grill specializes in Soju drinks: Hair of the Soju Dog, left, The Cure, Blueberry Soju Smash and Soju Mule.

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    At left, Sous Chef Kaleo Sayapheth, Executive Chef Ed Choi Morris and Cook Tawnie Skaggs. At right, soy garlic chicken wings ($12) served with a cocktail called Hair of the Soju Dog.

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    High-tops, low tables and bar seating are available for customers.

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    DB Grill is located in the Kapolei Commons, at 4450 Kapolei Pkwy.

The pair behind Cafe Duck Butt has opened DB Grill at Kapolei Commons, and the difference between their two establishments is like night and day. Read more

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