Japanese Noodle Den

Located in Chicago’s bustling River North, Ramen-san is a lively neighborhood noodle den and bar reminiscent of traditional ramen shops in Japan and features a half-dozen different bowls of ramen, blast-chilled beer and rare expressions of Japanese whisky. Open for lunch, dinner and late night, the menu also incorporates Asian-inspired offerings like traditional okonomiyaki on the weekends and Late Night Fried Rice daily after 10 PM. 



  • Ramen-san - Chicago, IL

    Ramen-san - Chicago, IL

    Chicago, River North
    59 West Hubbard
    Chicago, IL

    • Phone:
      (312) 377-9950
    • Fax:
    • Hours of Operation
      M-Fri 11:00am-12:00am
      Sat 11:00am-1:00am
      Sun 12:00pm-12:00am

      December 24 - 11am-10pm
      December 25 - closed
      December 31 - 11am-1am
      January 1 - 12pm-12am

Events & Promotions

    Tuesday, January 24th

    Omakase Dinner Series: Ramen-san x Kimski

    WHERE: Ramen-san - Chicago, IL
    WHEN: Tuesday, January 24; reservations 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
    CONTACT: 312-377-9950

    Join Ramen-san this month for its latest installment of the Omakase Dinner Series featuring Chef Won Kim of Bridgeport’s Kimski. The counter service Korean-Polish street food joint will take over Ramen-san’s kitchen for the night, pumping out five unique courses. Limited tickets are available for $45 per person (plus tax; gratuity not included) and can purchased at ramensan.com.

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    Sunday, February 5th

    Game Day the Ramen-san Way

    WHERE: Ramen-san - Chicago, IL
    WHEN: Sunday, February 5, 2017, 12:00PM—12:00AM
    CONTACT: 312-377-9950

    Celebrate this year’s Bowl Game with some KFC – Korean Fried Chicken, that is. Taking a cue from Ramen-san’s own spicy chicken wings, these extra-crispy, Korean-style wings come in three different levels of heat and pair perfectly with blast-chilled Asahi beer. The championship game will also be projected onto the wall. Call 312-377-9950 or visit ramen-san.com to book your table today.

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