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Brand New Soju Bar Arrives In Dallas With Korean Fusion Fare

Late night Korean eats, plus lots and lots of soju

Soju 101 has arrived
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Soju 101, Dallas’ newest spot for Korea’s favorite fermented rice beverage and fusion eats, has officially made its debut.

The new destination for soju drinks and snacks kicked open the doors at 11445 Emerald Street, near Royal and I-35, last week. In addition to a wide selection of flavored soju, wine, and beer, Soju 101 serves up a menu of Korean fusion snacks like corn cheese, kimchi pancake, takoyaki, and tamago tempura. Dessert options, including panna cotta and tiramisu, are also on offer.

The spacious new spot includes a variety of seating options, including large six-person tables in the dining room and plenty of chairs at the bar. At night, Soju 101 will transform into a karaoke bar where its namesake spirit will provide plenty of liquid courage for belting out K-Pop hits.

Soju 101 is now open from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. on weekdays, and the doors stay open until 2:30 on the weekends.