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Decatur Twain Shopping Center will soon welcome a new restaurant, Ramen Boys, into its community of dining and retail outlets.
Details about the restaurant are largely unknown at this time. What Now Las Vegas contacted the restaurant’s ownership in a Friday afternoon phone call. The restaurant owner declined to comment on details surrounding Ramen Boys’ branding, menu, hours of operation, and related matters.
With a total leasable area of more than 50,000 square feet, Decatur Twain Shopping Center is a multi-tenant building housing a number of retail and restaurant locations, including service-oriented shops like Supercuts and Sessions Tattoo Club, and retail shops like Cleopatra’s Treasures.
Located at the intersection of Decatur Blvd and Twain Ave, less than a mile from the heart of Chinatown, the plaza is also home to several other restaurants, including Hwaro, with its Korean barbecue favorites including brisket and beef bulgogi along with side dishes like kimchi and cucumber kimchi; Samurai Japanese BBQ & Grill, with Japanese barbecue offerings like boneless shorts ribs and beef tongue; and Sushi Ya, which serves a variety of sushi rolls, nigiri, sashimi, and sushi burritos.
Ramen Boys’ opening date has not been announced and is unknown at this time.