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Korean Fried Chicken's Popularity; Sushi Film Screening; Bars Serving Milk Punch

A wrap up of news and events you may have missed.

Dak & Bop’s Korean-style fried chicken
Dak & Bop's Korean Fried Chicken may be pricey but it's worth it.
Jakeisha Wilmore

BRIEF BREAKDOWN OF KOREAN FRIED CHICKEN — Korean Fried Chicken is having a moment in Houston and it's all thanks to the return on The Toreore inside Super H Mart, Dosi, Fat Bao and recently opened Dak & Bop. Don't know what this glass-shattering crispy chicken is all about? Houstonia magazine breaksdown the difference between the new KFC and the Southern-fried version most grew up on. [Houstonia]

WATCH A FILM ABOUT A SUSHI WIZARD — Grab a box of popped corn or a bento box and head over to Culinary Institute LeNôtre Thursday, February 5. The culinary school is showing Jiro Dreams of Sushi, a documentary about Jiro Ono, considered to be the world's greatest sushi chef. Admission to the screening is free. There will be two showings at 1:15 p.m. and 6 p.m. [Houston Chronicle]

GEAR UP FOR MARDI GRAS WITH MILK PUNCH — Longing for a quick getaway to New Orleans but you're stuck in town for work? Do the next best thing and sip one the city's classic cocktails: milk punch. You can find the spiked cocktail at Bourbon oasis Julep and Brennan's of Houston, but no guarantees there will be bead throwing. [Zagat Houston]