Fans of Koryo Kalbi Korean BBQ appreciate this Dallas restaurant's flavorful style of Korean cuisine. Their specialty is banchan, which is the Korean food equivalent of dim sum or tapas – a succulent selection of small plates to thrill your taste buds with a variety of flavors. They also have full entrees, like the traditional hot pot dish Bimbimbap, which consists of a bowl of sizzling hot veggies, meat, seafood, rice and sauces. Other dishes include Kimchi Jigae with kimchi & pork in a spicy broth, Sigeumchi Jogaeguk with clams & spinach in bean paste broth, and Sootbul Dwaejikalbi with grilled marinated baby back ribs served in an iron skillet. Koryo Kalbi Korean BBQ is open every day for lunch and dinner.
If you've never watched a current-run movie snuggled up on the couch, then you've probably never visited the screening room at Landmark Theatre. Part of a far-stretching chain, the Inwood branch of Landmark Theatres boasts similar amenities as its counterparts, including plush leather couches in its special screening room. Only here can you get just as comfortable at the movie theater as you can in your own living room.
Many local folks come to Landmark Theatre for the midnight screenings, which show old-school classics in the couch-filled auditorium. One Yelper warns that you might want to have some coffee beforehand, because the sofas are a little bit too cozy for a movie so late at night. Of course, you can always come earlier in the evening to watch a current movie at this beloved theater on Lovers Lane.
If you’re looking for an alternative to the usual heavy drapes or vertical blinds for your apartment at Gateway Plano, these unique and affordable ideas just may be the answer.
Stick-On Window Coverings
If you’re looking for a truly creative window treatment alterative that still blocks out glaring sunlight, try frosted window stickers. This fun and modern DIY project shows you how to create your own choice of pattern, and best of all, it comes right off when it’s time to move out.
Coffee Sack Curtains
If your style is more rustic and antique-inspired, create your own affordable curtains using recycled coffee sacks. Because the sacks are supposed to have a bit of a rough edge, there’s absolutely no sewing required for this simple project.
Flower Chain Curtains
For fans of all things bohemian, this simple DIY project is the perfect choice. Simply string faux flowers to clear fishing thread, and then tie a row of 10 or so across a slender curtain rod. This one is ideal for anyone looking to create a bit of privacy without blocking out too much sunlight.