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Dining In: Auntie Anne's

Dining In: Auntie Anne’s

September 11, 2013

With all of the new additions to Fordham’s formerly short laundry list of on-campus dining facilities, Auntie Anne’s is one that has definitely sparked some excitement. The classic pretzel stand, whic...

Dining Out: Juliette

April 24, 2013

By LINDSEY MARRON CONTRIBUTING WRITER This past Sunday, my wonderful parents graciously took my financially distressed self to brunch.  Okay, so I may have completely suggested the idea and planned the entire excursion to my liking, but let’s be honest, reader: would you not have done the same thing, given your only option to brunch is at the Caf? Now is the time when you nod your head in utter agreement. Anyway, th...

Dining Out: Demarchelier

Dining Out: Demarchelier

April 17, 2013

By CANTON WINER MANAGING EDITOR The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of my favorite places in New York. I simply love sharing a room with the likes of Picasso, Rembrandt and van Gogh. But wandering ...

Dining Out : Chirping Chicken

April 10, 2013

By KAT McNEAL CONTRIBUTING WRITER Chirping Chicken, situated on the corner of Amsterdam Avenue and W. 77th Street, was an unexpectedly pleasant place for my friend and me to enjoy lunch on a warm, sunny day. Upon walking to the Shake Shack located only a block or so away and noticing the long line slinking out the door, we decided to try somewhere new. What first drew us to Chirping Chicken as we were walking down the s...

Photo courtesy of Nick Sherman/flickr A delicious and perfectly cheesy meal for any day is found at S’MAC.

Dining Out: S’Mac

March 20, 2013

By GIRISH SWAMINATH ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR Sarita’s Macaroni and Cheese, S’MAC, situated in the East Village on 345 East 12th Street, offers several variations on the classic cheesy pasta dish. As an excess...

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Dining Out: Bareburger

March 6, 2013

By LAUREN HATHAWAY CONTRIBUTING WRITER When I made the Lenten promise this year to eat only humanely raised meat, I was not anticipating a major burger craving the first weekend into the season. Enter Bare...

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Dining Out: Northern Spy Food Co.

February 20, 2013

By COURTNEY HO   511 E 12th st. (btwn Ave A & B) Overall: 3.5 stars Location: 3 stars Food Quality: 4 stars Atmosphere: 3.5 stars Hospitality: 3 stars Price: $$$ (Out of 4 stars) Ever since I was ...

New Bronx Brew on Arthur Avenue

February 14, 2013

By JEFFREY COLTIN According to the 2010 Census, the Bronx is the most diverse area in the country.  It is believed that there is an 89.7 percent chance that any two residents, chosen at random, would be of different race or ethnicity. That statistic obviously comes to life any afternoon spent walking down the melting pot that is Fordham Road. Such diversity is even clear in Little Italy, a neighborhood named after a single ...

Dining Out: Island Burgers and Shakes

February 14, 2013

By CASEY RYAN CONTRIBUTING WRITER Careful or you might miss it! Between 51st and 52nd  St. on Ninth Avenue, squeezed in between the myriad of other restaurants in Hell’s Kitchen, is Island Burgers and Shakes. This restaurant was founded in 1996 by coworkers Will Brown and Mark Calvino, who were fed up with mediocre burgers. Fifteen years later, this successful joint is still going strong. In fact they are opening up...

Dining Out: Osteria Il Paiolo

February 6, 2013

By ANNE MARIE BOGAR On North sixth Street, one of the many streets lined with vintage boutiques, trendy restaurants and industrial warehouses in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, sits the Northern Italian restaurant of Osteria Il Paiolo. The deceivingly modest exterior houses an elegant, white table-clothed table restaurant. The staff inside the restaurant was surprisingly friendly. The waiters were very attentive, but not overly...

Sodexo Welcomes Jamba Juice and Energy Kitchen

January 30, 2013

By GIRISH SWAMINATH Sodexo has launched a wide variety of initiatives in an attempt to improve the quality and nutrition levels of food options served on campus. On Feb. 7, the very first brand name vendor, Jamba Juice, is scheduled to open in the Rose Hill campus. Jamba Juice will be located in the basement of the McGinley Center at Dagger John’s To Go. Additionally, at the Lowenstein Center of the Lincoln Center c...

Dining Out: Le Pain Quotidien

January 30, 2013

By COURTNEY  HO STAFF WRITER For all the five of you beautiful people out there who actually read what I write and who have humbly followed me throughout the years of my culinary escapades, you know that I do not eat salads. I do not write about them—I hardly even look at them. I am not a rabbit. I am not a depressed vegetarian. But there are times when even I, a dedicated and indulgent carnivore, am compelled to bow do...

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