San Antonio's Cherrity Bar temporarily closed after small kitchen fire

The bar's on-site ramen shop, Kuriya, continued to sling Japanese eats through the weekend with the help of a mobile kitchen.

Cherrity Bar and onsite ramen shop Kuriya are located near the Alamodome. - SCREEN CAPTURE / GOOGLE MAPS
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Cherrity Bar and onsite ramen shop Kuriya are located near the Alamodome.
The ramen wasn't the only thing on fire at the East Side's Cherrity Bar last Friday.

The bar's onsite ramen shop Kuriya alerted fans Saturday on social media that it's operating under modified hours due to a small kitchen fire the previous night. Now, representatives say the restaurant will remain closed Tuesday.

No one was hurt, and Kuriya continued to sling Japanese eats through the weekend with help from mobile sister concept La Tienda de Birria. However, Cherrity Bar postponed its Saturday night show with ska and jazz septet Rat King Cole.
Cherrity Bar, 302 Montana St., told ramen lovers to check its social media accounts for reopening updates.

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