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Where's Your Next Bowl of Ramen Coming From? There's a Map for That!
The L.A. Weekly's Squid Ink blog says we're in the midst of a "ramen renaissance" around here, and what renaissance couldn't use a little modern day navigation assistance?
They've published a Ramen Map of Los Angeles to help guide your next noodle-soup-protein-veg-sodium excursion. Their "definitive" map is "marked with every ramen restaurant in town, including notes from L.A. Weekly writers to let you know which restaurant will best satisfy your ramen craving no matter where you are."
They've also included spots they haven't visited yet, which means it's up to you to do your own noodling.
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Spoons up to you, Squid Ink! We salute your recognition of our need to slurp!
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