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Lining up to eat before a restaurant opens is some kind of Seattle rite of passage. Earn your bragging rights at Tsukushinbo, a totally unmarked Japanese restaurant in the International District that serves a delicious weekend-only lunchtime ramen. If the cranky people in the group can’t handle the 45-minute wait, send someone to Oasis Tea Room around the block to hold them over. Once you reach the front of the line, you’ll be rewarded with a giant bowl of shoyu ramen for $11.50 that comes with rice and pan-fried gyoza. Add some tempura and sushi rolls, too.

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