“¿Esperando?” the man at the cashier said as I walked in to the café.
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There’s no need to jet off to Rome to enjoy your favorite Mediterranean foods. Enjoying them here at home is easy and, as it turns out, good for you too.
For many college students, managing money is a problem.
In Spanish class the other day, my friend, Molly Spater, Fordham College at Lincoln Center ’15, told me about this Cambodian sandwich shop she was working at that had a Zagat rating of 26; the highest rating for a sandwich shop in New York City.
Terakawa Ramen, which is just down the street (Columbus between 58th Street and 57th Street), dishes out warm and filling meals for under $10.
It’s never too early to start buying holiday gifts. With Black Friday just a few weeks away, the holiday shopping season is about to begin.
Being that we’re college students, it’s easy for most Rams to think of some blessings to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Maybe we’re glad we live in New York City. Maybe we can’t wait to see the renovated Lowenstein Café, replete with granola and more salad. Or maybe we’re just grateful that for the few days we’re at home for the holiday, we won’t have to worry about all-caps, ellipsis-riddled Facebook comments from our parents.
The encroaching winter weather has made me crave hot noodle soup, filled with delicious thin slices of brisket, beef, shin, tendon and trip tripe and topped with sprouts, basil and jalapeño peppers.
Hurricane Sandy may have passed, but it has left thousands without homes, and even more without power and access to basic necessities.
Every time I walk down Columbus Avenue into Hell’s Kitchen I pass by a sign that advertises $10 Greek tapas sampler plates at a restaurant called Kashkaval.