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Southern Comfort Bites at Millie Peartree Fish Fry

Southern Comfort Bites at Millie Peartree Fish Fry

May 2, 2018

By Elizabeth Nealon Fried seafood is a great comfort food in the dregs of winter and a perfect seasonal snack during the warmer months, and that is exactly what Millie Peartree Fish Fry and Soul Foo...

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...

Dining Out: Best of Brunch

Dining Out: Best of Brunch

September 16, 2015

By Allison Russo Jack’s Wife Freda Where: Nolita and Greenwich Village What to order: Rosewater Waffle, which comes topped with berries, thick yogurt and a dusting of powdered sugar. If you are brunchi...

Dining Out: Le Pain Quotidien

January 30, 2013

Filed under Culture, Food, Review

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...

Dining Out: Crif Dogs

January 23, 2013

Filed under Culture, Food

By COURTNEY HO It was one a.m. in the morning in the Lower East Side. I was hungry. Like all human beings, my stomach wanted something indulging, satisfying and slightly immoral. Unable to find a decent food truck, my starving stomach and I crawled down Saint Marks, and looked up to see my only salvation: a picture of a hot dog that said “eat me.” I had arrived at Crif Dogs. Crif Dogs, the self-proclaimed “#1 w...

Dining Out: The Park

November 28, 2012

Filed under Culture, Food

By COURTNEY HO Last Friday night, I stumbled out of an art gallery in the heart of Chelsea. And by “stumbled,” I mean physically and mentally. I still do not understand that piece of canvas that was just blue. Anyway, I was hungry, and I knew the Chelsea Market was closed. Suddenly, I walked by a beautiful stream of lights that illuminated the otherwise-dark 10th Avenue. They were coming from The Park. Originall...

Dining Out: Giantina Ristorante

November 14, 2012

Filed under Culture, Food

By DANIELLE GARRAND CONTRIBUTING WRITER A far cry from Pugsley’s and cafeteria chow, Giantina Ristorante delivers authentic Italian food just a couple steps off of the famous Arthur Avenue. Almost every student has visited the classic local joints, but this nearby gem has flown under the radar. From the second that the aromas of freshly made pastas, soups and Italian dishes greet you at the door, it is clear that...

A Guide to Proper Nutrition On Campus

November 7, 2012

Filed under Culture, Food

By DANIELLE GARRAND CONTRIBUTING WRITER Students come to college in order to gain a diploma, but sometimes they end up gaining weight instead. According to WebMD, one in every four college students gains five percent of his or her body weight, or roughly 10 pounds, during the first semester of college. With the proper nutritional knowledge and tactics, however, that same student could come home for Thanksgiving fitter...

Dining Out: The Sunburnt Calf

November 7, 2012

Filed under Culture, Food

By CODIE LANDSMAN STAFF WRITER Experience your own taste of Australian culture and cuisine at The Sunburnt Calf bistro, located on the Upper West Side at West 79th and Broadway. Most noted for its popular weekend brunch specials, this trendy, lively bar and restaurant is sure to leave you satisfied and anxious to return. From 11 a.m. — 4 p.m. on Saturdays and 12 — 5 p.m. on Sundays, the Calf offers its all-you-ca...

Dining Out: El Tequilazo

October 24, 2012

Filed under Culture, Food

By CONNOR RYAN NEWS EDITOR The dilapidating façade of El Tequilazo (43 W. 46th St.), stuffed helplessly in the middle of an airtight block of washed-up restaurants and stores, will not catch your eye from the sidewalk. To compensate, three neon signs hang off the front of the cluttered building (but the biggest of the three has almost completely failed, making it ironically difficult to identify the place upon...

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