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Lord Help Us, Furious Spoon Is Bringing Back All-You-Can-Eat Ramen

By Stephen Gossett in Food on Jun 29, 2017 4:41PM

Ramen at Furious Spoon. Photo by Zachary Johnston.

It looks like Furious Spoon is daring its diners again. The ever-expanding ramen slingers announced on Thursday that they're bringing back their all-you-can-eat ramen deal, starting in July.

The popular hot-noodle chain first offered the AYCE during a couple of four-day stretches last year, back in September. But this time it'll run the full month, beginning July 1. Here's the gist: the deal (or challenge, if you like) costs $18. Then you dive in. Each of the four locations are participating and the deal is valid from open to close.

There are also prizes to sweeten the soup pot. Five bowls eaten gets you a $25 gift card, plus a chance to win "a hands-on noodle class for four." The record is six bowls. Which, lord help you if you try to eat seven bowls of ramen in a sitting.

Once again, diners will have to show a staff member their empty bowl before grabbing the next. They'll also have to grab a dated wristband ahead of Bowl One. All-you-can-eat is serious business!

Furious Spoon has locations in Wicker Park (1571 N. Milwaukee Ave.), Logan Square (2410 N. Milwaukee Ave.), Revival Hall (125 S. Clark St.) and Pilsen (1316 W. 18th St.).