Pusha T Has A Ramen And Cocktail Bar Coming Soon To D.C.
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Pusha T Has A Ramen And Cocktail Bar Coming Soon To D.C.

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DeAnna Taylor
DeAnna Taylor Dec 17, 2019

We’re seeing it more and more. Many of our favorite celebs are investing in new ventures such as restaurants and bars and next in line is rapper Pusha T.

The Virginia native will open a ramen and craft cocktail bar in D.C.’s H Street Corridor. He is partnering with D.C nightclub owners Wayne Johnson and Tony Perry to open this new high-end concept.

Kitseun, which translates to ‘smoke’ in Japanese, will officially open on New Year’s Eve.

“We want to open up a cool, trendy bar that can be a fixture in the neighborhood for years to come,” Johnson, 33, told Complex.

The trio has worked together on projects in the past, so it only made sense to do this together as well. They will also be bringing in help from NBA players Jerian and Jerami Grant, Pusha’s business partner Terrion Jones, and Las Vegas entrepreneur Kyle Eubanks

Chef Munehiro Mori will be the head chef of the restaurant. The Japan native has more than 25 years of experience when it comes to serving up traditional ramen bowls, so you know the food will be on point.

To learn more about Kitseun and to get updates on the grand opening you can follow them on Instagram: @kitseunbar or visit the website: www.kitseunbar.com.

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