Where Did Ghost Ramen in Downtown Shreveport Go?
One of My Favorite Places to Take Friends After a Long Night of Drinking is Stray Cat.
Yes, the bar Stray Cat in downtown Shreveport. No, I am not planning on drinking more. This is the part where I take over and become Aladin and I ask my friends to get on my magic carpet ride. You can settle for some DiGornio made inside the bar or you can go on an adventure for the noodles.
You Have to Walk Through Stray Cat and Make Your Way to the Courtyard to Find This Spot.
When I first went my friend Debbie took me and I remember asking her "Are you taking me to a back alley? Where are we going? There is no way there is a restaurant back here." Thank God I was wrong. It was then, that I fell in love with two men who were wearing aprons.
If You Love Ramen You Probably Know All About Ghost Ramen.
Have you rolled up to Ghost Ramen lately? It's literally a ghost town. What happened to Ghost Ramen? Did Ghost Ramen leave us without a "Dear John" letter? We aren't ready to let go.
Ghost Ramen took to their Facebook Page to say "Ghost Ramen's sister pop-up has set up at Central Station as East Side Fire. Hi folks!
We’re super thankful for the support that’s been shown as we patiently await our new location. Until then, please come see our sister pop-up, East Side Fire at Central Station starting at 10 pm. We’ll be serving birria ramen as well as some other Latino-inspired dishes!"