Finally, Detroit Gets A Ramen Joint

March 24, 2014, 3:17 PM

Jacques Driscoll, owner of Corktown’s Green Dot Stables, plans to open a Japanese fusion restaurant called Johnny’s Noodle King, Nathan Skid reports in Crain's Detroit Business.

The 40-seat restaurant will be at 2601 Fort St., in the shadow of the Ambassador Bridge. It's now a shuttered restaurant called Johnny's Ham King.

Noodle shops are a mainstay in most big American cities, even in neighborhoods with few Asian residents.

“I am obsessed with noodles, it’s my favorite food,” Driscoll told Skid, promising Johnny's will be unlike anything in metro Detroit.


Read more:  Crain's Detroit Business

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