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As the name suggests, the atmosphere in Koreatown is heavily influenced by Korean culture, and it is a favorite destination among foodies city-wide for its endless selection of authentic Korean restaurants. But the community has a much more diverse character than that: The broad range of cultural influences is exemplified in landmarks like the synagogue/contemporary art gallery of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple, the Latin fusion cuisine of Roy Choi’s restaurants, and the popular German/Korean/Hawaiian tinged gastropub, Biergarten.

As one of the most popular sections of LA during Hollywood’s golden age, many historic buildings, bars, and restaurants have been preserved or restored to transport patrons to another time—in fact, the interiors of several local eateries were used as locations for the 1960s-set TV series, “Mad Men.”

From a practical standpoint, Koreatown’s environment is highly walkable, and the easy access to Metro and bus lines make it easier to get around without a car. Lafayette Recreation Area and MacArthur Park are just a few blocks away, and Dodger Stadium is within biking distance. Apartments are plentiful and run the gamut from swanky upscale units to surprisingly affordable studios, ensuring that housing is available for any budget.

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Rent Trends

As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Dallas, TX is $968 for a studio, $1,189 for one bedroom, $1,675 for two bedrooms, and $2,121 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Dallas has increased by 6.6% in the past year.

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Studio
522
$968
1 BR
737
$1,189
2 BR
1,107
$1,675
3 BR
1,311
$2,121
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82 Walk Score® Very Walkable
50 Transit Score® Good Transit
55 Bike Score® Bikeable

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Restaurants

As a cultural center in the Dallas area, East Dallas serves as home to a variety of restaurants that feature cuisine from around the world. From traditional Texas barbecue to upscale Thai cuisine, endless options await you. When in search of a great restaurant in East Dallas, visitors often head to the Lakewood and Junius Heights areas, though diners find great restaurants scattered throughout. East Dallas also hosts a rocking nightlife scene with plenty of great live music venues and spots for dancing that locals and visitors to East Dallas can enjoy.

Foodies head to Hibiscus for an upscale atmosphere and a variety of culinary treats. Try the gulf paella, which comes served up with fresh shrimp, blue crab and snapper. For dessert, try treats such as the heirloom carrot cake, which comes complete with a delectable carrot-ginger coulis.

The Porch takes traditional bar food and American favorites to the next level. The house smoked brisket and barbacoa enchiladas come served up with seasoned saffron rice and refried black beans for a gourmet twist on a Tex-Mex favorite.

The Garden Café focuses on green living and fresh cuisine. For breakfast, locals love the fluffy buttermilk pancakes, which come served with organic Vermont maple syrup. Alternately, diners can build their own veggie omelet made with locally sourced organic, free-range eggs.

The East Dallas neighborhood houses plenty of great live music venues that feature a wide variety of acts from the best of local talent to national headliners. Music lovers from throughout the Dallas and Fort Worth areas head to historical spots such as The Granada Theater to enjoy live shows year-round.

History

In the latter part of the 19th century, East Dallas formed as its own city. The area was later annexed into the city of Dallas proper. East Dallas is among the more historically relevant spots in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Many neighborhoods with homes dating back to the 1920s and 1930s have been preserved and remain a part of the area's cultural heritage.

Since the time it was founded, East Dallas has been strongly tied to the city's arts scene. Proximity to major Dallas museums such as the Dallas Museum of Art as well as the thriving cultural district are evidence of that fact to this day. Art lovers can find galleries, live theater, classes, workshops and much more in the area. Numerous area festivals, such as the Chinese Lantern Festival and Savor Dallas Festival, add to the cultural prominence of East Dallas.

Transportation

The majority of East Dallas residents find a car necessary for most daily tasks. Some areas in East Dallas have access to the DART bus and rail system. When in need of a ride, call any of a number of taxi companies that serve the area, or else find a ride through the Uber service. Public parking is accessible when necessary, such as around area theaters, generally for free or at a very low cost.

From East Dallas, drivers have access to major highways and interstates including U.S. 75 and I-30, which also makes getting to other Dallas neighborhoods a fairly simple task. Low walkability and a lack of bike lanes in many areas mean that both pedestrians and cyclists should exercise caution while traveling in the area.

Cost

The East Dallas area tends to have a higher cost of living than other neighborhoods in the Dallas area. A trip to Downtown Dallas via DART costs $5 for a daily pass, with monthly and weekly passes available for commuters and regular users of the system. For a one-bedroom apartment, renters can expect to pay an average price of $1,023. As for a beer at a local bar, expect to pay about $4, or upwards of $8 for one of the many craft brews the area is famous for. Gas prices tend to be on par with the rest of the Dallas area at about 12 percent below the national average.

Shopping

Among the area shopping centers in East Dallas are spots like Casa Linda Plaza, which features several shops and restaurants. For upscale shopping just a jump away, residents of East Dallas can visit Mockingbird Station, West Village and The Quadrangle.

Boutiques and other types of specialty stores can be found scattered throughout East Dallas. Dolly Python offers tons of great antique and vintage items, many of them unlike anything that would be found in the typical antique store. Its clothing items, culled from the 1940s through the 1980s, are hand selected to provide only the best apparel to shoppers. For weddings, proms and other special events, Binzario Couture is a custom shop that crafts incredible couture creations in-house.

Plenty of grocery stores serve the East Dallas area, including an Aldi, Sprouts, Trader Joe's and Kroger. For farm-fresh produce and an array of other items, including locally sourced meat and dairy products, residents of East Dallas have easy access to the White Rock Local Market. This farmers' market regularly hosts special events, such as their holiday extravaganza, making it a favorite for many in the Dallas area.

Parks

At Exall Park in East Dallas, residents enjoy a number of amenities including athletics facilities, picnic areas, a recreational center and much more. Free to visit throughout the year, the park presents valuable opportunities for East Dallas residents to enjoy the weather and socialize with others in their neighborhood. A playground makes for safe, kid-friendly play. Meanwhile, those with furry friends enjoy the convenience of the dog park, where pets can engage in off-leash play. Events held at the park include music events, holiday celebrations and community events to help keep the park looking beautiful. Exercise junkies can also find many opportunities to keep fit at this and other area parks.

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As the name suggests, the atmosphere in Koreatown is heavily influenced by Korean culture, and it is a favorite destination among foodies city-wide for its endless selection of authentic Korean restaurants. But the community has a much more diverse character than that: The broad range of cultural influences is exemplified in landmarks like the synagogue/contemporary art gallery of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple, the Latin fusion cuisine of Roy Choi’s restaurants, and the popular German/Korean/Hawaiian tinged gastropub, Biergarten.

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