A Japanese Bottomless Brunch

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Who ever thought to combine Bloody Marys and Ramen? Well, Ivan Ramen did. And it’s awesome. This restaurant located on 25 Clinton Street in New York City offers a Japanese-Ramen fusion that’s perfect for an unconventional Sunday brunch. Try their famous dashi-cheddar breakfast ramen for something closure to your classic brunch meal, or stick with a more traditional ramen such as shoyu. No matter what you eat, Ivan Ramen is sure to take the edge off of any Sunday afternoon, whether you’re in the mood to explore with your taste buds or simply satisfying a craving for some Japanese noodles.

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But wait, there’s more. Every weekend Ivan Ramen offers 90 minutes of bottomless, alcoholic glory. For $36 dollars you’re able to choose any ramen dish as well as any drinks off of them “bottomless brunch” menu. If you thought that “breakfast ramen” was funky, just wait until you try the drinks selection. For an hour and a half you can sip on a sake mimosa, sake sangria, or a sake Bloody Mary. These innovative cocktails will be a nice reminder that although you’re at brunch, this is no typical brunch joint. For the less daring customers, there are also daily beer selections to choose from, which guarantees a satisfaction for any bruncher. Their beers include local Brooklyn beer such as Sorachi Ace and a nice selection of IPAs to guarantee a nice buzz while you slurp on your noodles.