You may have fond memories of wild karaoke nights at DK Sushi. While the karaoke portion might be temporarily paused, you can at least still order the same sushi. Recreate the experience at home by cranking up the volume and singing your best rendition of “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Make sure to order the specials, they’re the best thing here. They also have a full menu of Korean classics and lunch specials, so you can get accompany your sushi with some kimchi pancakes or japchae.
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