Ramen Setagaya extends its reach east from First Avenue (where its original shop roosts) to University Place. They're offering limited menu choices while they get up to speed. 92 University Place, phone coming.
Until now, if you wanted ramen in Park Slope, your best bet was to get on the subway. So expect the resolutely wee room at days-old Zuzu Ramen (from the folks who brought you Aussie spot Sheep Station) to get very crowded very fast. 173 Fourth Ave at DeGraw St, (718-398-9898)
The macrobiotic experts behind Souen expand into noodles with Souen Organic Ramen, a ramenya for the vegetarian, vegan, and generally health-conscious. Which doesn't mean it's not tasty. 326 E 6th St at First Ave (212-388-1155)