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Brunch at Anthony David’s

Brunch at Anthony David’s

March 9, 2016

By Noelle Khan  Young women in leather jackets, velvet black hats and perfectly polished nails pose with large white mugs filled with piping hot lattes. Among the loud chatter, little children sip on freshly squeeze...

Robert @ MAD: Dinner with a New York City View

Robert @ MAD: Dinner with a New York City View

February 24, 2016

By Allison Russo I am always on the hunt for a great view. Whether it is waterfront views from Brooklyn Flea or skyline views from the Roosevelt Island tram, a beautiful vista is even better with din...

Sunday Brunch at The Smith

Sunday Brunch at The Smith

February 3, 2016

By Allison Russo I have always said that The Smith is “the spot.” Whether it is brunch or late night drinks, this Manhattan favorite almost never fails to deliver. They serve generous portions at reasonable prices, and it is a solid ...

Must Try Iconic Desserts

Must Try Iconic Desserts

November 17, 2015

By Allison Russo New York City is full of famous places. Some deserve the hype, while others don’t. Some people truly believe that Times Square is a wonderful place and think Sbarro serves up a quality slice of New York pizza, and...

The Best Lattes to Warm Up with This Fall

The Best Lattes to Warm Up with This Fall

November 10, 2015

By Meghan Campbell In college, coffee can often be considered your right-hand man. It is there to get you through those late-night study sessions and the dreaded 8:30 a.m. classes and to help you po...

Best of Bagels

November 3, 2015

Filed under Culture, Food

By Allison Russo In the bagel capital of the world, you have to go out of your way to find a bad bagel in New York City. That being said, some stand out more than others and these are the ones that should be sought out. Here are some of the most delicious and unique bagels I have found within the five boroughs. 1. Bagelsmith – Williamsburg This Brooklyn spot earned a place on the list not only because of its insane ba...

App-etizing Your Phone: The Best Apps for Foodies

App-etizing Your Phone: The Best Apps for Foodies

November 3, 2015

By Alyssa Opdyke Fortunately, there are a number of apps to put into context why there is a $1.31 balance on your TD Bank statement a week after you deposited your paycheck. The best part? They are all free! Vivi...

Fordham Tastes the World at ASILI Event

Fordham Tastes the World at ASILI Event

October 27, 2015

 By Alyssa Opdyke This Thursday, if you were to walk into the McGinley Center between 8:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m., you were likely to smell a variety of foods, hear lots of laughter and conversation and...

Cheap and Delicious Restaraunts Do Exist in NYC

Cheap and Delicious Restaraunts Do Exist in NYC

October 20, 2015

By Allison Russo At the Rose Hill campus, we’re all spoiled by the amazing Italian food across the street on Arthur Avenue, thanks to our proximity to the real “Little Italy” of New York. Pizza ...

La Dolce Vita | Barcelona

La Dolce Vita | Barcelona

October 20, 2015

Courtesy of Flickr By Pasquale Gianni BARCELONA — In a nutshell, this city is awesome and beautiful, and the food is symphonic. A handful of unexplainable phenomena exists on this earth, and the lifestyle of...

La Dolce Vita: A Trip to the Homeland: Sicilia

La Dolce Vita: A Trip to the Homeland: Sicilia

October 6, 2015

By Pasquale Gianni Sicily — the crown jewel of the Mediterranean. And it is indeed among the more captivating places I have ever seen: the beauty, the climate, the history, the warmth and animation ...

Dining Out: Michelin Star Taste on a Pizza Hut Budget

Dining Out: Michelin Star Taste on a Pizza Hut Budget

September 29, 2015

By Allison Russo I consider myself a foodie in the sense that I go to Smorgasburg occasionally and like to buy produce at the Union Square Farmers Market. So when I had the opportunity to eat at Jean-G...

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