by Marc Hurwitz
A ramen place and a cocktail bar are going to be sharing a space in downtown Boston where a nightclub had once been.
Boston Magazine is reporting that Oisa Ramen Slurp & Go and Tiki Rock Bar are both planning to open on Broad Street, taking over the space where The Place was until it shut down a couple of years ago.The post says that the 12-seat ramen spot will be run by Moe Kuroki, who is behind a popup with the Oisa Ramen name, while Christopher Straub, who has worked in a variety of jobs at the Hyatt hotels, is behind the Tiki Rock Bar, a spot that will feature craft cocktails along with pan-Asian street food, sushi, and more. If all goes as planned, Oisa Ramen Slurp & Go could be opening in November. (It is not yet known when Tiki Rock Bar might open.)
Early last year, it appeared that a place called Sushi Rock might take over the space where The Place had been, though that apparently fell through.
The address for Oisa Ramen Slurp & Go and Tiki Rock Bar is 2 Broad Street, Boston, MA, 02109.
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