Ramen for Everyone — Otaku South Serving at The Nashville Farmers' Market Tonight



Last month, Jack Silverman told you about Otaku South setting up for a special Thursday night dinner at the Nashville Farmers’ Market. That dinner’s now become a weekly event. Otaku South also has several single-night pop-ups going on around town with weekly gigs Tuesdays at The Lipstick Lounge in addition to Thursdays at NFM (see all the events on the website).

The pop-up at The Nashville Farmers’ Market is a bit different from the others, though. It's fun, family-friendly and casual — no reservations or tickets required — with dinner served in the food court area of the Market House. Even better, there’s a vegetarian ramen option in addition to the chicken/pork ramen as well as small plates. See what's on the menu for tonight:

Aug. 1 2013 menu
  • Aug. 1 2013 menu

Note that lambs’ quarters does not refer to baby animal, but instead to a tasty wild green (::cough:: weed) that’s related to quinoa. So it’s veg*n-appropriate.

So, if you’ve been wanting to try Otaku South (or give it another visit), this is a great opportunity to check it out. The ramen is delicious (and a la carte means you can control how much you spend) and the pickles are, too. Otaku South will be serving dinner from 6 to 9 p.m. tonight.

Otaku South Pop-Up Dinner
Nashville Farmers' Market
900 Rosa L Parks Blvd.
6 to 9 p.m.

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