This reporter may have shirked a few responsibilities to keep an unmoving eye on the Twitter feed of Guchi's Midnight Ramen all the live long day. Like a hawk. Curiously, .0005 seconds after tickets were released, this was the result. Hopefuls are now crying foul across the Twitterverse.
Damn, ramen be (magically? impossibly?) sellin' like hot cakes. Or like hot ramen.
who didn't land a coveted invite to the much-anticipated arrival of
ramen pop-up Guchi's Midnight Ramen last month can breathe easy. The
elusive bowls are returning on February 13, according to the team's
Twitter. The location is still hush hush, of course (can't give away all
the good bits at once!), which gives us all one more reason to stay
glued to our Twitter and Facebook feeds all day watching for movement.
The masterminds behind the midnight noodles are considerably less
elusive in real life, though. I caught up with Mark Leary, Yukihiro
Kawaguchi (Guchi himself) and Tracy Chang for an afternoon downtown.