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Rhea

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389 Broadway, Saratoga Springs
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Rhea is all about creative ramen combinations and cocktails and beer to go with it. There’s a citrusy yuzu gin and tonic that pairs perfectly with the pork belly ramen, and for something you won’t find at most ramen joints, try the delicious birra ramen topped with a cheesy tortilla. They have a sizable 40-seat bar, which works great for a solo meal, or grab one of the cozy booths for a date night that involves a lot of broth sipping. Don’t skip the crispy fried shrimp or one of the bao buns from the appetizer section either.

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