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Milk Bar and &pizza wow students but not their wallets

Milk Bar and &pizza wow students but not their wallets

Katelyn Norwood

February 27, 2019

A 20-minute train ride on the Red Line will lead you to Harvard Square, and to two of its newest restaurants; Milk Bar and &pizza. This is the first storefront that both Milk Bar and &pizza have opened in New England, meaning both the owners and customers are getting a special experience from...

Express meal leaves students hungry and unimpressed

Express meal leaves students hungry and unimpressed

April 1, 2015

By Patricia Negron Living in the hub of Boston as a Suffolk student certainly has its advantages. Home to authentic Italian food to the iconic New England clam chowder, it is both a blessing and a curse to be surrounded by such great food. Unfortunately, as college students, while we search for...

Tradition spices up Jamaica Plain restaurant

Tradition spices up Jamaica Plain restaurant

February 4, 2015

By Jamin Buttafarro In December, President Obama announced the United States will be working to reform its relationship with Cuba, citing cultural ties between the two countries despite their political differences. Regulations have imposed a divide between the two million Cuban-Americans and the country...

The best of Boston’s treats and sweets

The best of Boston’s treats and sweets

November 19, 2014

By Sylvain Gaulier In a city bursting with a cornucopia of restaurants and cafés, it can often be difficult to discover the best of what Boston has to offer. To make the hunt a little easier, here is my list of the top places for pastry and late night sweets in Beantown. Boston is full of diver...

Weekend food truck festival draws night owls and foodies

Weekend food truck festival draws night owls and foodies

October 8, 2014

By Aiyana Edmund Despite the drizzle of rain, riders and diners of the MBTA united and mingled at the Late Night Arts and Eats festival on Saturday night, a midnight food truck festival hosted in Dewey Square. After a long night of stampeding the city in heels and collared button downs, or heading...

Sinclair kitchen hosts first annual “Dueling Donuts” competition

Sinclair kitchen hosts first annual “Dueling Donuts” competition

September 24, 2014

Perched on stainless steel bar stools under a canopy of chic black cloth umbrellas, the elbows of diners supported eager bodies against wooden table tops. Wait staff circulated The Sinclair’s outdoor patio, their hands laden with white porcelain dishes adorned with glazed doughnuts. The first ever...

Bishop’s brings family history to Beacon Hill

Bishop’s brings family history to Beacon Hill

September 24, 2014

By Jamin Buttafarro This week I had the pleasure of having lunch at the new Bishop’s Mediterranean Grill located on Staniford Street, just down the road from Donahue.  I arrived around 2:30 p.m., right at the end of a busy lunch rush.  The restaurant is very sleek and clean with booths around...

A taste of fall at the farmer’s market

A taste of fall at the farmer’s market

September 17, 2014

By Aiyana Edmund Stumble across any city square or patch of grass found in a metropolitan area and it is almost guaranteed to be blanketed with little white tents, posted up like pawns on a chess board. People stroll aimlessly through the tented rows, a bundle of earthly dusted carrots in one hand,...

The 21st Amendment: a weekend spot with battered onion rings and cheap beer

The 21st Amendment: a weekend spot with battered onion rings and cheap beer

September 17, 2014

By Jamin Buttafarro The 21st Amendment, a bar and restaurant across from the state house, is just around the corner from campus. Many of you may pass by it daily on your way to class.  The owner was unavailable for comment, but I had a chance to hang out and experience the food and scene. Here is...

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