If you’ve yet to indulge in one of Sarah Gavigan’s Otaku South pop-up ramen dinners, you’re missing out on one of Nashville’s more enjoyable dining experiences. This edition at The Stone Fox features three options: shoyu (chicken broth seasoned with soy and topped with pork), spicy fried chicken (chicken broth topped with kara-age fried chicken) and “naked” vegetarian (seasonal vegetables in a kombu broth). This is not your college-dorm budget ramen. This is fabulous, freshly prepared soup with hearty noodles that will make you forget the 20-cent-a-pack version (not that it’s without its charms). I’ve been to two of Gavigan’s Ramen dinners in the past three months, and I’m not missing this one either: I’ll be the guy in glasses with the goofy grin and the noodle hanging down my shirt. Brendan Canning of Broken Social Scene will DJ. You can buy advance tickets for $16 (available at otakusouth.com) and reserve a time slot. (The first three hour-long slots are sold out, but at press time, the 10 and 11 p.m. slots still had openings.) Or you can walk up and get a bowl for $13, if you don’t mind waiting.