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Relocated San Antonio ramen shop Kimura reopening Tuesday north of downtown


Local ramen shop Kimura will reopen at 5 Points Tuesday. - INSTAGRAM / KIMURA_RAMEN
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  • Local ramen shop Kimura will reopen at 5 Points Tuesday.
The new iteration of San Antonio ramen shop Kimura will reopen Tuesday in the space formerly occupied by defunct specialty-diets eatery 5 Points Local.

Kimura's rebirth north of downtown comes days after celebrated SA chef Michael Sohocki shuttered the spot's original location in the city center. The restaurant shared the news in a late Monday Instagram post, saying its new location, 1017 N. Flores St., will be open 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.

The 5 Points Local building — recent host to pop-up concepts Motel Fried Chicken and J’Dub’s Burgers & Grub — will house not just Kimura but two other Sohocki concepts: casual bistro concept Five Points Food and Wine and Dash, a new bar that will occupy the structure's loft space.

The relocated Kimura will offer ramen and Japanese specialties for dine-in and takeout.

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