Finding Home Through Food

If you’re not Chinese, you probably don’t understand the importance of finding mooncake to eat in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival. This festival is a traditional Asian holiday that takes place during the full...

Travel the World With Republic of Booza

We’ve all been there before, mindlessly scrolling through the Instagram explore page, scouring its contents for anything that pleases the eye. Through the sea of fake lips and puppies, a decadent, stretchy cloud has...

7 Downtown Bars to Keep You Busy All Week

New Yorkers love going out. Thursday through Saturday, the streets are flooded with drunk college students, young professionals, and even the occasional group of parents out on the town for the one night they...

Dolmas Are Done: The Death of Al Bustan

My morning coffee runs in Midtown East looked exactly the same every single day — buildings with doormen, early bird dog-walkers exiting D’Agostino with groceries in hand and a lavish Lebanese restaurant, Al Bustan, where...

Beautifully Basic Brunch at Blank Slate Tea

On a mission to conquer every brunch place New York City has to offer in the next four years, I set out to Blank Slate Tea on Madison Avenue on a sunny Sunday morning...

BarBacon on Union Square Might Just Be the Next NYU Hangout Spot

Everyone remembers the dark ages of 2012 when everything imaginable was flavored with bacon. I don’t know if I’ll ever get the artificial smoky taste out of my mouth. But BarBacon, a new restaurant...

Eating Out While Eating In

For anyone who managed to stomach the first two movies in the “Fifty Shades of Grey” franchise, its latest release, “Fifty Shades Freed,” features a moment that is difficult to shake. What has become...

Does NYU Care About Your Diet?

Everyone grew up haunted by the chilling tales of the fearful freshman 15. It is spoken of so frequently that many consider the unhealthy college lifestyle inevitable, but does it have to be? NYU...

Szechuan From Around the Block at Peppercorn Kitchen

For many Americans, Chinese food means paper boxes, greasy spring rolls and cryptic fortune cookies. While most people in the United States have been feasting largely on dishes invented stateside, Chinese cuisine in New...

Fuss Free Froyo at Culture

Indulging in bougie desserts from smaller franchises has seen a serious spike in popularity, as opposed to just your everyday tub of Häagen-Dazs. Don't be fooled by the hipster flare and cute artisanal decorations,...

Satisfy Your Sensorium With Tea and Neon at New Pop-Up

Two teenage girls laugh and pose as they take pictures among the floating lanterns of the cherry blossom room in Lower Manhattan’s newest immersive pop-up art exhibit: Room For Tea. But co-founder Iris Xing...

Dining Halls Up Their Game

As the summer swelter yields to fall, NYU’s dining halls upped their game after a semester of turmoil and controversy. NYU dining upgraded its services in a variety of different ways including more choices in...
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