Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at This Shreveport Ramen Spot
If You Love Ramen You Probably Know All About Ghost Ramen.
Have you rolled up to the old stomping grounds of Ghost Ramen lately? It's literally a ghost town. What happened to Ghost Ramen?
Ghost Ramen Used to Be Set Up in the Courtyard Behind Stray Cat.
One day they just weren't there. Did Ghost Ramen leave us without a "Dear John" letter? We aren't ready to let go. After Ghost Ramen left Stray Cat's many of us went to Ghost Ramen's sister pop-up set up at Central Station as East Side Fire. East Side Fire satisfied our Latin cravings.
We Love That We Have Consistency From Ghost Ramen at Their New Permanent Spot.
Ghost Ramen has been giving us some of the most epic specials. We love seeing the delicious options they bring to the table.
The Latest Special Has the Hispanic Community Thrilled.
It's called the Hispanic Heritage Special and it looks delicious. "Hispanic heritage special! Quesabirria Ramen. Braised wagyu, hard spice consommé, pico de gallo, lime, ajitama, lots of melty cheese." People have been flocking to Ghost Ramen and so far the reviews are stellar. You have until the end of September to try this delicious dish.
Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15th to October 15th. We believe Ghost Ramen will keep this special until the end of September if it keeps selling out.
Ghost Ramen is now located at 729 Jordan St Shreveport, Louisiana.