Inside Pusha T's New Restaurant In Washington, D.C.
(AllHipHop News) Rap star Pusha T is getting into the restaurant business with a brand new establishment in Washington, D.C.
The rapper's new eatery Kitsuen will serve up delicious ramen noodle bowls along with craft cocktails.
King Push and his business partner Terrion Jones linked up with well known Washington D.C. nightlife impresarios "Wayne & Tony" to launch Kitsuen.
To make sure the business succeeds, the business team has been rounded out by local NBA stars Jerian and Jerami Grant, as well as entrepreneur Kyle Eubanks of Las Vegas.
Kitsuen - which means "smoke" in Japanese, will feature food created by head chef Munehiro Mori of Tokyo, Japan, who happens to be an expert in making traditional ramen.
In addition to the unique offerings of noodles, Kitsuen features an outdoor heated patio to keep guests comfortable outside if it gets too cold.
Pusha T and his partners Wayne & Tony will launch the event on December 31st, just in time to ring in the New Year.
Take a look at Kitsuen: