PaoPao Ramen Factory & Boba has chosen The Shoppes at Webb Gin in Snellville as the site of its third location in the greater Atlanta metropolitan region, with an opening scheduled for this fall.
“When searching for the perfect third location, our research suggested The Shoppes at Webb Gin as the primary go-to location for Snellville residents, and we believe the anchor tenants will consistently attract traffic,” said owner Amy Cao in a statement. “With no other restaurants of this kind in the area, I believe PaoPao Ramen will add variety to the center and bring in new customers. We are very family- and kid-friendly and strive to serve delicious and affordably-priced food that can be enjoyed by the entire community. Currently, we have customers that drive almost one hour from Snellville to visit our current locations.”
The woman-owned restaurant signed a lease with Continental Realty Corporation (CRC) for 2,881 square feet of space within the 330,000-square-foot lifestyle center located at 1350 Scenic Highway South. Monica Johnson and Kelsi Holman of Continental Realty Corporation represented CRC, and Greta Sanders of AdvisorCRE represented the tenant in this lease transaction.
PaoPao Ramen Factory & Boba specializes in Asian fusion ramen including Japanese, Chinese, and Korean ramen noodles, served alongside some authentic Asian-style rice dishes and small plates. The brand is famous for fresh and flavorful dishes, with all sauces and toppings cooked to order. The restaurant will offer a variety of entree choices including pork belly, braised beef, chicken, ribs, and seafood. Vegan-friendly and gluten-free food options, as well as a variety of Japanese sake, Korean soju, Boba drinks, and specialty ice cream are also offered.
PaoPao Ramen operates locations in Mill Creek Village in Buford and Toco Hills Shopping Center in Atlanta.
“Our concept is the first and currently the only Asian fusion ramen restaurant in Georgia, making us distinct from others that are mostly traditional Japanese ramen restaurants,” said owner Amy Cao. “Part of what makes us unique is our flavors and sauces that present the true and authentic flavors of Asian countries. All of our sauce and meat toppings are made 100 percent from scratch in-house, with the best ingredients to ensure freshness, which is the key.”
This article was taken from a press release shared with What Now Atlanta.