Friday, September 21, 2012

[Food] Taste DAEGU, the 2nd story of food streets in Daegu!








Taste DAEGU, 
 the 2nd story of food streets in Daegu! 































9. Bongdeok Mat-gil

There are 66 restaurants in the 700m long street from the Palace hotel to the entrance of Jungdong bridge. This place gained momentum when apartment complex was built and it tries to secure parking spaces and improve the surrounding environment. So, it’s also good to visit during the night time. 

 Address: 1002-55, Bongdeok-dong, Nam-gu, Daegu, Korea
                      (Samgak Green Park in front of Joongdong Bridge <=> Across the Garden Hotel, about 0.7 km)
● Bus: 604, 730


10. Restaurants Near Exco

With opening of Hotel Interbulgo Exco, about 50 restaurants were appeared near Exco. Most of them are familiar with foreign visitors because many foreigners visit Exco and Hotel Interbulgo for carious events and conferences. The restaurants especially care about the sanitary conditions and generous services.

● Address: 160-2, Sangyeok-dong, Buk-gu, Daegu, Korea
● Bus: Circular2, Circular 2-1







11. Restaurants Near Unamji Park and Hamjisan Mountain

For social gathering of people who visit Unamji Waterpark and Mt. Hamji 36 restaurants are located near the area. You will be amazed by the wide range of delicious foods such as small octopus, blowfish, galbi, samgyeopsal, and chopped noodles.

 Address: 800-17, Guam-dong, Buk-gu, Daegu, Korea
● Bus: 939


12. Duryu-dong Eatery Alley

This alley is located in the entrance of the Sinnaedang traditional market which is the opposite side of 7ho gwangjang. There are bunch of bars and bbq restaurants and many young people visit here for drinking with peers. The restaurants invent new menus to meet the young people’s taste. I suggest you to visit this alley after visiting Duryu park or E-world after having a good time with your friends and family.

 Address:  492-18, Duryu-dong, Dalseo-gu, Daegu, Korea
 Bus: 356, 425, 508, Dalseo4, Seongseo2
 Subway: Line2, Gamsam station










































13. Kkaechinmat Street

Located around Horim-dong and Hosan-dong, this street is designated as the representative food street in June, 2008. The surrounding environments are good because there are enough parking space, shopping place, and accommodations as well as good accessibility. More than 100 restaurants are scattered around the area.

 Address: Horim-dong, Dalseo-gu, Daegu, Korea (behind Moda Outlet)
 Bus: Seongseo1, Seongseo 1-1


14. Janggi-dong Eatery Village

This village is located in Yongsandong and Janggidong where there are a lot of apartments. This place is not only good for eating meals but also good for drinking with various accompaniments of drinks. About 40 to 50 large and small restaurants are placed through the alleys. Especially at night time, it’s very crowded with people having drinking parties.

 Address: Damyeongcheon-ro, Dalseo-gu, Daegu, Korea
 Bus: 202, 202-1 







































15. Deulangil Eatery Town

Hundreds of restaurants offer various foods from all over the world. Variety of bars and pubs offer a wide range of choices. Many restaurants here have won international competitions and offer dishes that are both traditional and creative. It is great for gatherings, business dinners, banquets and of course, a dinner out with your family and friends. 

 Address: Dusan-dong, Suseong-gu, Daegu, Korea
 Bus: 403, 410, 410-1


16. Beomeo Eatery Town

There are many restaurants selling from meat to seafood in the street from the second Beomeo bridge intersection to the children’s grand park. Especially, it has plenty of parking space and is easy to access. Many office workers visit here after working for a light drink.

 Address: Beomeocheon-ro, Beomeo-dong, Suseong-gu, Daegu, Korea
                      (The Second Beomeo Bridge Intersection – in front of the Children´s Grand Park)
 Bus: 402, 427, 814, Suseong1-1, Rapid3, 100-1, 323-1




That's all I prepared for today! 
How was it?! The food streets stimulate your appetite? 
Then, how about visiting one of the streets for drinking parties or gatherings on this weekend?

Next week, I will introduce food streets in traditional markets in Daegu! 
See you next week and have a good weekend! :D



* Click here to read the 1st story of food streets in Daegu.


http://globaldaegu.blogspot.kr/2012/09/food-streets-in-daegu-1.html



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