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Extra Large 2: Slurp for a Cause

RAMEN….lots of RAMEN…by some of the best.

And music by Nashville favorite GUILTY PLEASURES.

Join us on 2/15/14 to 'slurp for a cause' at EXTRA LARGE 2 at Marathon Music Works as six noted ramen chefs serve you.

Proceeds will go to fight "Childhood Cancer with Love" through the PABLOVE FOUNDATION to fund the TEDDY BERGER-GREER Grant for Neuroblastoma, the most common type of pediatric cancer.


Sarah Gavigan/Otaku South NASHVILLE
Shiegotoshi Nakamura/ Sun Noodle & Ramen Lab NEW YORK
Edward Lee/ Milkwood LOUISVILLE
Yuji Haraguchi/ Yuji Ramen NEW YORK
Mihoko Obuni/ Mibo Love Ramen ATLANTA
Jess Benefield/ Two Ten Jack NASHVILLE

(Click on the Chef's restaurant names above for the hyperlink to their sites)

Ramen will be served from 5pm – 9pm

MUSIC from 8pm - 10pm from Nashville's beloved GUILTY PLEASURES

Food Ticket (one bowl of Ramen from your choice of chef): $11

Guilty Pleasures Only: $15

Combo Ticket (one bowl of Ramen + music): $23

Additional bowls of Ramen can be purchased on site for $11 each (or you can purchase in advance)

TICKETS available at

Each food ticket is redeemable or any of the ramen served. 1 ticket per bowl.

SPONSORS: Marathon Music Works, Dega Catering, Lowes Hotel, Sun Noodle, A'la Mode Media, POP Nashville

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  • Dan F.


    February 17, 2014

  • karen

    Won't make it... running too far behind.

    February 15, 2014

  • Beth 3.


    February 15, 2014

  • Cora

    Will there me a meeting area for us? I plan to go but looks like I will be going alone. I would love to meet some of you guys.

    February 15, 2014

    • Rose L.

      We have a take in the back. Two rites from the bar

      February 15, 2014

  • Rose L.

    I am here. Entrance is located on Clinton between 14th and 16th Street. I parked along 14th Street

    1 · February 15, 2014

    • Rose L.

      Yes cards accepted

      February 15, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member


      1 · February 15, 2014

  • Rose L.

    Call or text to find me[masked]

    February 15, 2014

  • Rose L.

    I will be here at approximately at 5pm (maybe a little before). If you only want food, you must arrive before 7pm. After 7pm, you will need a pass for the music show as as well. Food will be served 5p-9p. Music from 8p-10p. If you are unsure, you can pay the extra $15 for the show after you arrive. For now, I am just planning on the food.

    February 15, 2014

  • Rose L.

    I bought two food tickets today for me and a friend. I'm ready to enjoy some ramen. I plan to pick from either of the two NYC chefs or Edward Lee from Louisville. You may remember him from "Top Chef" or "The Taste" (as a guest judge). The Atlanta chef is close enough for me to try on my next trip.

    February 13, 2014

  • Vivek

    May not go.

    February 13, 2014

  • Desiree

    This sounds fun, but I am gluten free. Will there be rice noodles or any other food options?

    February 9, 2014

  • Rose L.

    Just chatting with the owner of Otaku South on FB. You can purchase food tickets (or extra tickets) at the event. She did recommend that if you plan to arrive after 6pm that you purchase your ticket(s) in advance since they expect since they expect to sell out of food tickets by that time the day of the event.

    I plan to be in line at 5pm for my first bowl of ramen and may purchase a ticket for a 2nd bowl while there. Either way, the money will be going to a great cause. The link to purchase your tickets is above.

    February 8, 2014

  • Vivek

    should we go ahead and buy our tix?

    January 10, 2014

  • Judy

    My daughter, aka The Most Precious Object in the Universe, or MPO, calls ramen noodles "Roman numerals". She was born in faaaaaar eastern Asia.

    1 · January 10, 2014

  • Rose L.

    p.s. I read some comments online for this and there will be vegetarian options for ramen served. I'm not sure what the menu is yet. I will post once I see it posted.

    January 10, 2014

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