The San Diego Ramen Festival is the newest and most exciting food event happening in San Diego! We’re going ramen crazy again for our 2nd annual SOLD-OUT event on Thursday, November 16, 2017 at the Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier!

With multiple types of ramen from culinary masters, the delicious ramen cuisine will be available for attendees to try and slurp to their ramen delight! Other festivities included a ramen eating contest, ramen inspired art by local artists, live entertainment, vendors, and a beer & sake garden!

The San Diego Ramen Festival is the crazy ramen result of mixing toppings from Azuna-Kai, Japan Society of San Diego & Tijuana, and Silk Road Productions!

Promo Video by Andrew Salvatin!
Videos provided by Eric Michaelson (via 2016 San Diego Ramen Festival)

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