The building that once housed the famous Daddy Bruce’s B-B-Q will soon be home to Ramen Corner.
The space at 1629 Bruce Randolph Avenue, on the corner of Gilpin Street, was purchased by Corner Ramen Inc. president Shi Bing Ke. A liquor license hearing is scheduled for Aug. 10.
“Daddy Bruce” Randolph was not known and loved only for the cooking he did in that spot — he fed thousands of people every Thanksgiving for decades. And his legacy continues after his death. The city renamed 34th Avenue in his honor.
It’s hard to imagine another restaurant doing such good in that or any location, but bring on the ramen.