Second ramen pop-up event canceled

A Nashville chef's ramen dish was the objective of this long customer line at 49th St. and Pennsylvania Thursday. (Photo: (WTHR)
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INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - A pop-up restaurant that created hours-long lines on the north side last month isn't coming back to Indy after all.

Hundreds of people lined up outside Patachou Inc.'s Meridian-Kessler pop-up space (the former Crispy Bird restaurant) at E. 49th and Pennsylvania streets October 17 to get a taste of Otaku Ramen. The chef of the Nashville, Tennessee-based restaurant, Sarah Gavigan, planned to return to the location November 16 with "double the Ramen in order to serve double the customers," Cafe Patachou said in a release.

But days after the event was announced, it was canceled.


Happened on a “pop up ramen” dinner in Indy tonight... was crazy! Hundreds of people standing in line eager to try...

Posted by Mary Milz on Thursday, October 17, 2019

Cafe Patachou is expected to announce more pop-up restaurant events starting in February.