Maybe it’s cold outside, or you’re nursing one of those multi-day hangovers that show up after your 28th birthday, or it’s both of those things. There are a lot of reasons you might be craving ramen, and if you’re on the Upper East Side, Naruto is a good place to get big portions of it for less than $10. There are some counter seats, or you could take it to go.
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