The Factory at Franklin continues to transition, particularly in terms of its food and beverage offerings, and this week sees another new addition, as Funk Seoul Brother has quietly started up lunch service in preparation for a full roll-out next week.
Located in a graffiti-style booth near Building 14’s entrance, owner B.J. Lofback is capitalizing on the popularity of the poke bowls he serves up at Funk Seoul’s Midtown location and concentrating on the one dish this go-around, offering eight different signature bowls, with seafood provided by fellow Factory neighbor Gulf Pride Seafood. Diners will also now have the ability to build their own poke bowls, providing a wide array of options (see full menu below).
Funk Seoul Factory will be open tomorrow, Jan. 7, for lunch only from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., then closed Sunday and Monday with full hours of 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (or until sold out) going into effect on Tuesday. Regular business days will be Monday through Saturday thereafter.