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Ramen Week Means Half-Off Ramen All Over L.A.

Ramen (Photo by A. via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr)
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Weekly LALALA's Ramen Week is upon us, meaning half-off ramen at various shops in and around L.A. starting tomorrow. Through June 5, you can try numerous types of ramen for half the usual price. The idea is that you'll be incentivized to try something new and perhaps, discover a new favorite. All you have to do is print out a coupon book from the free, Japanese magazine Weekly LALALA's page and choose what spots you want to hit.

The shops are all over the place: West L.A., Little Tokyo, Torrance, Gardena, West Covina, Arcadia… there are even a couple in Las Vegas, NV. Each coupon features one particular type of ramen and provides a description and price. There’s spicy ramen, creamy ramen, traditional ramen, cold ramen and even a ramen burger. Vegetarian options are scarce, but there are a couple.

Some coupons are only valid at certain times so check the conditions, but then go on a ramen excursion. This kind of yum is miles beyond the Top Ramen of the college years.

To get started, click here and print out the coupon book.

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