John Anderson

Kemuri Tatsu-ya

When it seemed like Ramen Tatsu-ya couldn’t possibly impress Japanese food lovers more, they launched a buzzing drinks & small-plates concept to enthusiastic reception. In this eclectic crossover between a Texas roadhouse and an izakaya, they serve up smoke-kissed dishes designed to pair with sakés, cocktails, and cold beer. There’s something for all adventure levels, from the BBQ Boat to the downright funky shiokara and stingray fin.

2713 E. Second

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