Cheu Noodle Bar Finally Lands a Home; Looking to Open in February

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Shawn Darragh, who along with Matsyon chef Ben Puchowitz gave us several installments last year of the ramen pop-up sensation, Cheu Noodle Bar, sent us word this morning that they’ve landed a permanent, fixed location for the concept, and will have it up and running very soon. The space is the former home of Maru Global (before that Luna Sandwich & Pizza Shop) at 255 South 10th Street (between Locust and Spruce). And Darragh says they expect to open there before the end of February.

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Cheu's logo Photo: Cheu Noodle Bar

Working almost completely under wraps, the Cheu crew has already gutted the interior and is currently working on installing new equipment, walls, floors, walls, and a hood for the kitchen. When complete, the space will seat roughly 30, with most seating at a bar. Additional bar seats will overlook an open kitchen. The menu will feature vegetables, snacks and of course, noodles. There’s also going to be some menu surprises, and a liquor license is in the works.

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