On Saturday WDRB-41 reported that the Frankfort Avenue ramen specialist restaurant Mirin had abruptly been shuttered.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A popular Louisville restaurant known for its elaborate ramen noodle dishes has closed. Mirin, located on Frankfort Avenue, has suddenly shut down. Its owner, chef Griffin Paulin, confirmed to WDRB News that the Japanese-inspired restaurant is no longer in business. Mirin’s New Albany, Indiana, location closed shortly after it opened earlier in 2019.
A popular Louisville restaurant known for its elaborate ramen noodle dishes has closed.
The restaurant opened in 2016. Mirin’s social media pages have been taken down.