A recent crop of ramen spots has arrived in Seattle—each its own soulful iteration.
Tentenyu is officially open on Capitol Hill. Hokkaido Ramen Santouka will follow suit in U Village on August 5.
Specifically a primo spot in the heart of the shopping center.
Food & Drink
The week in which: Girl Scout cookies cometh, Bobby Flay faces off with a Quality Athletics chef, and popups abound.
The former Bar Noroeste now serves six styles of ramen in the Regrade.
This week: two farm dinners, two booze-and-art collaborations, and a ramen popup for good measure
Ramen. Beer. Sushi. Sake. Kampai!
A ramen chain with a major fan base is planning its first freestanding location.