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To celebrate National Ramen Noodle Day, we’re diving deep into the salty, savory, and spicy world of ramen. Ramen usually contains some combination of noodles, broth, meat, and vegetables, but the classic Japanese dish’s ingredients and cooking method can vary considerably across regions. So whether you’re a ramen purist or are open to experimenting with more unconventional bowls, take a look at some of the best ramen in all 50 states.


Location: Boca Raton, Florida

Mizner Park’s Kapow Noodle Bar combines Japanese, Vietnamese, and French cooking styles to create a unique, mouthwatering menu. Order the Pork Belly Ramen Tonkotsu for a generous serving of wheat noodles, pork belly, a six-minute egg, preserved bamboo shoots, and mushrooms. Because the broth simmers for 48 hours, it’s flavorful, rich, and meaty.

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