July 11, 2019 – Capricorn Retail Advisors’ Jason Richter, principal, has arranged the lease for Momosan Ramen & Sake at 76 St. Marks Avenue in Park Slope. Located between Carlton and Sixth Avenues, the new restaurant contains 2,173 square feet of dining space at grade level and a 2,000-square-foot basement. It is the second unit of the Iron Chef’s acclaimed ramen shop brand and his first in Brooklyn.
“Following the popularity of his Upper East Side ramen restaurant, Chef Morimoto wanted to expand the brand to a different, but equally sophisticated audience,” says Mr. Richter. “Brooklyn was the obvious choice and we carefully identified a neighborhood known for its diverse demographics, and dedicated foodies.”
Already celebrated for its authentic Japanese noodle fare, such as Tonkotsu ramen, Tokyo ramen, TanTan and Tsukemen, Momosan will additionally feature more than 20 sake options, as well as Japanese beers and a selection of popular appetizers, such as edamame and gyoza.
Representing the landlord, RedSky Capitol, was RKF. Formerly the site of Flatbush Farm Restaurant, the lease term is 10 years and asking rent, $125 per square foot.