Because he wanted to see what all the fuss was about.
Submit to Dallas’s first Bonchon, that famous Korean import you’ll enlist for crispy, crunchy, perfectly fried chicken and local beers, now open on Greenville Ave.
You may know these guys from one of their eastern locales. Like New York. Or farther east, like Asia. If not, all you really need to comprehend is that they perform double-fried, piping-hot, secret-sauce-related miracles to chicken. And, more relevant to you, now they’re doing it in Dallas in this sunny space of white bricks, light woods and occasional pops of red.
So it’s a fine candidate for your next... anything, really. Bring some friends (or family, holidays and all) and claim one of those big tables in front. Then get down to business. By which we mean hot wings and soy-garlic drumsticks.
And let’s say you’d like to watch the Cowboys scramble for a playoff spot. Okay, very well. Your choice. But know you can do it here on one of the bar’s flat-screens with one of the bar’s giant liquor-laced fishbowls.
Actual fish not included.