Seattleites stalked the opening of Trove for months. This is the latest project from local stars Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi, the two best known for the Korean-inspired food they put out at Revel and Joule. At Trove, they’ve packed in three distinct restaurants under one renovated-auto-shop roof: a destination-worthy noodle bar up front, a Korean bbq joint in the back and a takeout window doling out soft-serve parfaits with sesame caramel, fried peanuts and chocolate cake. But the sleeper hit here is the snug, shadowy lounge and its Korean-flavored cocktail menu. Early hits include a tart-and-spicy Seoul Mule, infused with tannic Korean omija berries, and the Tacoma Fashioned, which nods to local pride with a dose of Rainier Beer syrup along with Bourbon and bitters. Take a seat and order in from the noodle bar: the 100 Year Negroni, made with baekseju (an herbal fermented-rice liquor), dandelion and burdock bitters, gin and Salers aperitif is a particularly good match with the lemongrass-braised lamb.