PARK SLOPE — A ramen shop is slated to open this fall on Seventh Avenue, with another noodle shop in the works for the neighborhood.
Ten-Ichi Ramen aims to open in September at 382 Seventh Ave. in the space formerly occupied by the wine shop Big Nose Full Body, which moved to 389 Seventh Ave. near 12th Street.
Ten-Ichi will serve a limited menu of seafood, vegetarian and meat-based ramen, an employee at the construction site told DNAinfo New York.
Another noodle shop, Ramen Yebisu, is in the works at the other end of Park Slope at 52 Seventh Ave. between St. John's and Lincoln Place.
Other comings and going on the retail and restaurant scene include:
► Iron Station, a new bar with a Southern theme, opened recently at 683 Fifth Ave. between 20th and 21st streets, South Slope News reported. Iron Station will serve "Southern tapas" such as deviled eggs, $10 cocktails and a $5 special that buys drinkers a Narragansett Lager and a shot of Heaven Hill bourbon.
► Astoria's Namaste Indian is moving into the space that Zito's Sandwich Shoppe left recently at 195 Fifth Ave. near Berkeley Place, Here's Park Slope reported.
► The gay bar Excelsior plans to open its new location at 563 Fifth Ave. near 15th Street on Aug. 15, the bar owners said on Facebook.
► The bagel and coffee shop Ollie & Ry at 242 Fifth Ave. closed recently, Park Slope Stoop reported.