It's no secret that D.C. loves ramen. Pioneering Atlas District noodle house Toki Underground is still hard to get into — and it's been open for seven years. Chinatown's Daikaya can also present long waits during peak dining hours. Since this map first ran in 2015, options around the area have increased dramatically; most recently, nationwide chain Jinya has joined homegrown alternatives including Haikan and Reren.
Here are the D.C. area's essential ramen restaurants.
Note: The featured restaurants are not ranked. The map is arranged geographically from north to south.
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