EastEats Collabs with Nourish Ramen during Women’s History Month

Pictured: Nourish Ramen owner Imani Battle with EastEats’ Nygel Fyvie | Photo credit: Jimmy Goldfinger 

March is Women’s History Month, and to celebrate, the owners of EastEats are handing their restaurant over to a few of the women keeping this culinary train rolling. And if it doesn’t feel good, they aren’t doing it. First up? Nourish Ramen’s, Imani Battle! The conversation about partnering with Imani on programming surrounding her ramen has been a year-long process, and partners Kwaku Osei-Bonsu, Lloyd Talley, and Nygel Fyvie think they’ve found the secret sauce. It’s collaboration! 

Enjoy the wonderful flavors of Nourish Ramen every Tuesday in the month of March, starting 3/9 with seatings at 5:30 and 8:00 P.M. at EastEats, located at 1018 Navahoe Street in Detroit’s Jefferson – Chalmers district! Your reservation is $45 per guest and includes melon salad, a hearty bowl of ramen, dessert, and, for an additional cost, Imani’s Sorrel Boba Tea! Did we mention you get all of this in a dome that accommodates up to eight to ten people? 

Imani Battle’s Nourish Ramen has become a phenomenon unlike any other. Detroiters flock to her recipes and delicious creations. Battle balances flavor with expert precision – soulful spices and garden-fresh ingredients speak to your inner foodie. 

Pictured: Nourish Ramen owner Imani Battle | Photo credit: Jimmy Goldfinger 

The menu is vegan and vegetarian friendly. Meat-eaters, they’ve got you covered, as well. Reservations are now open! Book your dome by logging onto www.easteats.us. Those who receive EastEats messaging can also text RAMEN to book or log on to Tock to make a reservation, but do it quickly; we promise this won’t last!

Hungry fans can follow nourish Ramen on Instagram @imani_sayshi and EastEats @easteatsdet. 

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