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Sushi Taro Has Special Doomsday Ramen!
There are only 20 orders. Go get some now. By Jessica Voelker
Comments () | Published December 21, 2012
Spicy ramen at Sushi Taro. Photograph courtesy of the restaurant.

The end of the world does not seem to have arrived, but Sushi Taro is celebrating anyway with a special doomsday edition of its highly coveted lunchtime noodle soup special.

Head to the restaurant at 17th and P streets, Northwest, for a chance to try spicy tonkotsu ramen. Sushi Taro opened for lunch at 11:30 and will dole out the 20 orders of ramen on a first come, first served basis.

For more on local ramen offerings, consult Ann Limpert's excellent roundup. We also recently corralled a few Mayan Apocalypse specials for your end-of-days enjoyment. Meanwhile on Twitter, we are sharing last meal picks from our followers—including Mom's rigatoni and dine-and-dash feasts at the Inn at Little Washington and Komi.




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