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People on the far north side can get a taste of Korean-style jumbochicken wings right now, even if only part of the menu is available and there's no sign. Dak's Korean Chicken Wings is open for limited service, and owner Daniel Ju expects to open fully by the end of the month. They specialize in a traditional Korean double-fry technique, creating a thin outer layer and using very little breading. Two flavors are available, soy garlic and spicy barbecue, with a side of pickled radish in lieu of celery or carrot. They also serve rice bowls (bibimbap), various protein and rice entrees, and korean sodas. They'll deliver once they're fully open.

Despite the lack of a sign or awning, traffic from the Granville Red Line stop are curiously popping in, enticed by the exposed windows. If you're up there and hungry for wings, there's a new spot.

Dak Korean Chicken Wings [Official Site]

Dak Korean Chicken Wings

1104 W. Granville Ave., Chicago, IL

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