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Two New Restaurants Debut on Magazine Street

A new outpost of Juan’s Flying Burrito and ramen restaurant Nomiya are open for business

Brenna Houck is a Cities Manager for the Eater network. She previously edited Eater Detroit and reported for Eater. You can follow her on the internet at @brennahouck.

Two new restaurants — a taqueria and a ramen shop — are now open on Magazine Street. New Orleans mini-chain Juan’s Flying Burrito has unleashed its fourth location at 5538 Magazine St., the Uptown Messenger reports. The restaurant situated at the corner of Magazine and Joseph Street replaces Slice Pizzeria, which closed its doors on June 7.

Slice and Juan’s are both owned by the same restaurant group. The first Juan’s Flying Burrito was established on Magazine Street in the Lower Garden District in 1997 and eventually developed into a “Creole Taqueria.” Juan’s also operates locations in Mid City and CBD.

Likewise, the Messenger reports that ramen restaurant Nomiya (no-me-yah) has also opened its doors. The spot, which filled the former Rivista space at 4226 Magazine St., is gearing up to a more official grand opening on August 13, according to the Nomiya Facebook page. It’s one of only a handful of ramen shops in New Orleans including Kin in Gert Town.

Juan’s Flying Burrito Opens For Dinner in Former Slice Spot; Nomiya Noodle Restaurant Also Open on Magazine [Uptown Messenger]
Slice Pizzeria Closing to Reopen as Juan’s Flying Burrito [ENOLA]
A New Ramen Spot Is Coming to Magazine Street This July [ENOLA]
All Openings Coverage [ENOLA]