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Step Inside Sumo Shack, Dallas’ New Late Night Ramen Destination

Fried chicken stuffed buns & ramen ‘til 4 a.m. await

Sumo Shack’s epic mural
Kathy Tran/EDFW
Amy McCarthy is a reporter at Eater.com, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

This week, Sumo Shack will prepare to open its doors in the former Bahn Shop space on SMU Boulevard.

The brand new spot is a concept from the minds behind wildly popular Lower Greenville ramen shop Wabi House, and Sumo Shack will bring those beloved noodles and Japanese hot dogs to a brand new neighborhood. But the restaurant is primarily looking to be a destination for bao, the fluffy Japanese steam buns that will be stuffed with everything from pork belly to Nashville-style hot chicken, even red bean and green tea ice cream.

Sumo Shack has plans to keep the doors open until 4 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, which will help satisfy the city’s late-night cravings for buns and noodles. Sumo Shack will kick open the doors for a soft opening on Thursday, May 4, and will be officially open on Saturday, May 6 for regular business hours.

Before this new SMU Boulevard hotspot makes its debut, step inside Sumo Shack courtesy of Eater photographer Kathy Tran.