All good things don't necessarily have to come to an end. Case in point -- Chef Jeremiah Bullfrog's pop up concept during Art Basel, Noodle Head, is sticking around a bit longer after the tents go down.
According to Short Order, the noodle shop has taken over the vacant lot next to Wood Tavern in Wynwood to serve as an experimental kitchen of sorts for the always-on-the-move chef.
How long he plans to be there is up in the air, but Bullfrog tells Eater Miami at least through the end of 2014. On the menu expect $9 bowls of pasta with toppers like ramen broth, brisket ragu and kale pesto with $3 add ons such as soft egg and roast pork.
Don't expect to see Jeremiah's trademark Airstream trucks, however, which were recently sold. He tells Eater Miami that he has set up shop in a modified shipping container, which he notes is a "natural transition for us from mobile to stationary." He also adds that in early 2015, gastropod 2.0 will start to take shape.
Noodle Head's schedule is a bit unknown. All we can tell you is it'll be open this Thursday through Saturday from 3pm to 11pm. After that, follow gastroPod's Twitter for more details. [Short Order]