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3 Things to do After Our Ramen Class for a Perfect “Ramen-tic” Date Night in Mission

You may be coming to our ramen class with your spouse or partner as a date night activity to celebrate special occasions such as Christmas holiday, birthday or anniversary. Besides making and eating a bowl of delicious ramen you make together, there are many things that you can do in our vibrant Mission neighborhood.

Here are the 3 most romantic spots that you can hit to make it a perfect “ramen-tic” date night:

1. Watch a movie at Alamo Drafthouse

7 minute walk from The Story of Ramen
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema SF

Alamo was voted as the best movie theatre in San Francisco. Having 5 screens, it offers a mix of new hit movies, indie flicks, and cult classics. After a carb-filled bowl of ramen, the best thing is to enjoy a movie perhaps with some draft beer or craft cocktail. All seats are equipped with super comfortable recliners.

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2. End your experience with a delicious treat from Humphry Slocombe

6 minute walk from The Story of Ramen
Humphry Slocombe Mission

You just had your perfect slurp of noodles (plus our mochi desert). It’s time for a perfect scoop! Humphry Slocombe is well known for their creative flavors and high quality ingredients. Food Network recently named this local Mission based ice cream shop as #4 of top 5 ice creams in the US. Don’t miss their Secret Breakfast ice cream when you visit next time.

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3. Wind your night down at a piano/wine bar at Ivory & Vine

7 minute walk from The Story of Ramen
Live Music at Ivory and Wine Piano Bar in Mission SF

Opened just a few months ago, this is a hidden gem at our Mission neighborhood. They have live music at 7pm almost weekend. This is a perfect place to wind down your date night by enjoying some great tunes, great conversation, or even posting your ramen experience on social media while you’re relaxing with your special person.

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We hope that not only enjoy our ramen cooking class experience; but also spend some time discovering our neighborhood with your spouse or partner. If you have other suggestions of other romantic things to do, send us a note at .


Manville Chan is the Founder and Chief Experience Officer at The Story of Ramen.

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