The food at the Rabbit Hole, in Midtown Global Market, is a tongue-tingling adventure served up in funky, eclectic surroundings. There are tables sawed in half and mounted to the wall, arches formed of books that seemingly hold themselves in place, and a warren-like layout in the dining room, making every booth seem secluded and private. There's also a hopping bar with inventive cocktails that hold their own in our current craft cocktail obsession. But don't take things too seriously. The menu is billed as Korean by way of Los Angeles and highlights bold flavors, a fair amount of spice, and lots of creativity. Diners can play it safe with the buttermilk chicken, or get a little crazy with the Yuki vs. Winter, a spicy hot brisket stew. Even the house hamburger has a Korean flair to it, combining kimchi aioli with bacon, onions, and two kinds of cheese.