Virginia Soon to Be Home to Second Location of Popular JINYA Ramen Bar
Leading Ramen Bar to Open Highly Anticipated Location in Reston in 2019
April 04, 2019 // Franchising.com // RESTON, Va. - JINYA Ramen Bar, a Burbank, California based concept that has become wildly popular throughout the United States and Canada, specializing in the innovative combination of gourmet noodles, authentic toppings and specialty broth, announced it will be opening its second location at 11964 Market Street in Reston.
After the successful opening of the first Virginia location in Fairfax in 2016 and the two Washington-area locations, JINYA Ramen Bar is now expanding to the trendy, up-and-coming neighborhood of Reston. Being in close proximity to the Dulles International Airport, tourists and local residents alike will soon be able to experience shareable Japanese plates. The ramen-centric menu features hand-made Tonkotsu ramen noodles, 13 signature bowls, five kinds of signature broth and 25-plus toppings. The secret behind JINYA’s delicious bowls of ramen lies in the broth. The broth is simmered in FUJI water for 10 hours to preserve every ounce of flavor and guarantee it is 99.9% free of impurities. There are countless combinations to accommodate every palate. Locals will want to work their way through the menu including tasteful tapas to enjoy on the side.
JINYA Ramen Bar, is built to elevate the guests experience and standard for authentic ramen. JINYA Ramen Bar’s crafted to sink perfectly in your bowl with thick noodles for some broths and thin noodles for others. When one walks into a JINYA Ramen location, they will be met with a warm and inviting atmosphere that is fused with traditional Japanese culture and modern sensibilities. Each guest can expect to be greeted by an enthusiastic team who is just as passionate about flavorful, quality ramen. Designed with consistency by CEO and Founder Tomo Takahashi himself, the new location will exhibit a sleek and contemporary design completed with dimly lit, wood paneled dining rooms and outdoor patios that provide a spacious amount of seating.
JINYA Ramen Bar was named after a Samurai castle in a small town in Japan. A JINYA acts as a community center where members can feel protected and connect with one another, and the name of the restaurant embodies these ideals. JINYA Ramen Bar fosters a welcoming environment with a cozy and social dining scene.
“JINYA Ramen Bar has successfully put gourmet ramen on the map as each location exhibits a modern and inviting ambiance while creating a unique communal environment,” says Clay Sanger, Chief Operating Officer of JINYA Ramen Bar. “We know that this authenticity will translate throughout every location because guests want a true cultural experience. We’re thrilled that the concept has become a staple in the Virginia market and is now opening its second location.”
Virginia’s second location in Reston is slated to open in late 2019.
Behind The Bowl
Raised in Japan by a family of restaurateurs, JINYA Ramen Bar Founder Tomonori Takahashi opened the first JINYA in Tokyo in 2000. After launching six successful restaurants in Japan, he brought his ramen expertise to the United States, opening JINYA Ramen Bar’s first U.S. location in 2010 in Studio City, California. The brand has since expanded to a total of 33 locations across the U.S. and Canada.
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