Ramen Kuidouraku Now Open at 121 Ludlow

Posted on: August 9th, 2010 at 6:12 am by

There is no more hiding behind closed doors or brown window paper. And no more Chickie Pig’s paraphernalia, either.  Just a few weeks after our last update, the second Lower East Side location of Ramen Kuidouraku is now serving at 121 Ludlow Street.

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Much of the overall decor remains the same.  The interior is defined by exposed brick and hardwood flooring, while the storefront facade is still that same wooden exterior.

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At this juncture, Ramen Kuidouraku is strictly BYOB.  Community Board 3 denied their application for a beer and wine license last month since the address falls within a resolution area.  There are three other licenses within 500 feet of the premises.

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