was a record label
, studio and underground club in the San Francisco East Bay
, directed by Mykee Ramen
and John the Baker. In the early 2000s the club hosted various chaotic shows (mainly for hardcore punk
bands), until being shut down in 2003 for fire code violations. The club was run in an intentionally anarchic way "No Rules No Signs No Restrictions" being the motto, and was one of several punk scenes developed in reaction to the orthodoxy of 924 Gilman Street
Burnt Ramen also served as a recording studio and label for many bands.