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SATO to Open Ramen Bar This Spring

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Written by Emily Morrow

Published on April 13, 2015
SATO Ramen

SATO Ramen

According to their website, SATO, a Modern Japanese restaurant that opened on Elmwood Avenue a little over a year ago, is opening a second restaurant called SATO Ramen in the University Heights neighborhood. The ramen bar located at 3268 Main St. near UB’s South Campus will be a couple doors down from Shango, a casual creole bistro and wine bar and next door to Ming Cafe. The News stated in a recent article about the upcoming (hopefully mid-May) opening that there will be 25 seats and communal tables and that they’ll feature several variations of ramen served at the original SATO location.

RELATED: SATO Spans the Culinary Spectrum

To read more details including homemade ramen and soba noodles, alcohol, and an interview with owner Joshua Smith, check out coverage by The News and Buffalo Spree.

For more information on SATO and keep up to date on the progress of SATO Ramen, visit their website, and follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

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