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Dong Hae Korean Grill & Sushi - 7/13/2015
Company Name: Dong Hae Korean Grill & Sushi

251 1st Ave N, Minneapolis, MN 55401, USA

Phone: 6123331999

Web: www.donghaeres.com

Dong Hae Korean Grill & Sushi Restaurant is referred to as East Sea or Sea of Japan and is inspired by the sister restaurant of Dong Yang in Columbia Heights. Dong Hae Korean Grill & Sushi is located in the Heart of Downtown Minneapolis within the entertainment district on First Avenue - only 3 blocks away from Target Center! We offer authentic Korean and Japanese cuisines consisting of bold and rich flavors. Come on in and order off our main menu or an all-you-can-eat sushi menu and enjoy your meal in a relaxed friendly environment.

Happy Hour: Mon - Friday 2:30 am - 6:00 pm

Hours: Tue-Fri 11:00 AM-10:00 PM, Sat-Sun 12:00 PM-11:00 Read More

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Character &Culture - 6/30/2015
I grew up strictly white middle class in the suburbs of Hopkins and Minnetonka in the '70s and '80s---it was a good time and a good place to grow up; but very sheltered also. Like anywhere, kids get involved in sports so the winters aren't bad with team sports and the health club, or YMCA to stay busy; and lots of outdoor skating and later on, skiing at Afton. And we had Ridgedale Mall--Dayton's, all that. Now there is the Mall of America also. This state suited me very well as a young guy, I naturally loved fishing and hunting. Sports aplenty also: soccer, baseball, basketball, golf. Lot's of great golf here and lakes for boating in summer. And cabins/lakes for fishing, waterskiing; or snowmobiling and ice-fishing in winter. Beautiful lakes to see and play on all over the state: Clearwater (Annandale), Minnetonka, Mille Lacs, the Boundary Water, Winnie, Lake of the Woods. Up North resembles Canada. Now for practicalities: lots of intelligent,creative,oppressed, and repressed people. Read More

no traffic! - 4/1/2015
I just moved back here from Seattle, and the biggest relief is that there is virtually no traffic. I have never had such good gas mileage as traffic moves easily here, even at "rush houra" Seattle is gridlock 24 hours a day. Read More

Very expensive, yet "cheap" houses - 1/8/2015
I lived in Minnesota for most of my adult life. When I was in my 40s, I took a transfer to South Carolina. I was astonished by how much cheaper it was, in terms of housing, medical, food, etc. Then, I took another transfer to Texas, where it was even cheaper, in terms of housing, medical, food, and taxes (no state tax).

Minnesota's houses are small, dark, not energy efficient, and they cost A LOT compared to other areas of the country. I'm back in MN now (again, for job), and the home I have now is the most expensive home that I've ever owned, and it pales in comparison to the houses I had in the other states, and those houses cost about 30% less.

I'm sorry, but 10x10 is NOT a bedroom... it is a closet, with Read More

Great Biking City - 11/4/2014
possibly the best biking and transportation system in the Read More

Great Biking City - 11/4/2014
possibly the best biking and transportation system in the Read More

Great Biking City - 11/4/2014
possibly the best biking and transportation system in the Read More

Taxes/Cost of living in Minnesota are killing this - 7/22/2014
Oy, this place is so expensive, unless you're wealthy or Read More

Expensive housing, but the buildings are "cheap" - 10/3/2013
I lived in Minnesota most of my life. In my 40s, I made a sojourn to the South and lived in Texas for a while. When I returned to Minnesota, I was disgusted by the lack of newer, affordable, housing in the Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul) area. In the South, they figure a home's value on the cost per square foot. I always thought that was as meaningful as pricing a car by the pound. HOWEVER... housing in the Twin Cities costs about 2 to 2.5 times more per square foot, than housing in the South. Moreover, the housing here is "old", and not of very good quality. Room sizes are ridiculously small, with $290-$350,000 homes having master bedrooms that are routinely about 12 x 14. In cheaper homes, the bedrooms are 10x10 and even 9x10. Those are closets, not bedrooms.

Think hard before moving here. If you are looking for value in housing, look Read More

Looking to Move to either Oregon, Texas or Georgia - 5/23/2013

I live in Minnesota (manysnowta) and would to consider relocating to either Portland, Houston, or Atlanta. Does anyone have a good suggestion on either one? While there is crime anywhere you go, I would certainly prefer one with less crime. A good economy with great social culture for the Arts and outdoor sports will be great too, if available.

Any ideas or preference will be much appreciated.

Thanks,Read More

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