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New Bushwick Restaurant Isolates Diners In Solo 'Flavor Concentration Booths'

Ichiran has been trying to open a New York City location for nearly a decade and now it's finally poised to bring its intriguing concept dining to Bushwick on Wednesday. The restaurant, which has 61 worldwide locations, prides itself on serving just one type of soup: pork-bone-broth tonkotsu, which you have the option to order and eat without saying a word. [ more › ]
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