A Brief History of Trick-or Treating

For centuries, Halloween has been recognized as a night full of mysteries. Among the numerous spooky Halloween traditions, such as carving pumpkins and visiting haunted attractions, is trick-or-treating — one of the most popular...

Presstea serves up coffee deal

It is time to start getting your coffee fix at the West Village cafe Presstea. The charming shop, located at Seventh Avenue and Perry Street, launched a program this week in order to fuel...

Archie brings classic lunch fare to St. Marks

Classic New York luncheonette fares are back into the city’s dining scene.

Time Saving Coffee Cubes for Busy Students

Business insiders and high school economics teachers will tell you: everything is supply and demand. Therefore, if there is a demand, the market will supply. In today’s economy of excess over simplicity, consumer desires...

Pumpkin spice latte makes early arrival

Cozy hoodies, jeans and walking to class surrounded by colorful foliage sounds like the picture of a perfect fall day. However, this scenario now seems incomplete without a pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks in...

Refugee and Chef Prepares a Meal and Answers Questions

Szzz! The oil in the pan crackled as Chef Bashir welcomed questions while he performed a live cooking demonstration for 17 guests at the Puck Building on Friday. The event titled “Refugees at the...

Dining hacks to improve dorm cooking

We all know it — cooking in college can be a pain. With limited time, money and kitchen space, it is no wonder many students graduate without cooking anything more complicated than ramen noodles....

Comfort food finds in NYC

As fun as it is to try the coolest new restaurant, sometimes you just want food that reminds you of home. Luckily, there are a growing number of places in New York that specialize...

Insects Could Be Your Next Diet Staple

Insects are usually described as “gross,” “dirty,” “scary” or “disease carriers.” Among all the names people have given to them, “yummy” has never been a part of the vocabulary. However, this may no longer...

How to Dress up Your Ramen

It is the first serious week of classes. The professors have gone over the syllabi, you have finally met your teaching assistants, and now is the time to start real studying. Time to shift...

New School Year Brings New Changes to NYU Dining

Whether you are a regular at Palladium’s pizza station or frequent Lipton for their  chocolate chip cookies, you've probably noticed some changes at NYU dining halls. Here’s is a quick roundup of the changes. Maoz...

Four top Jewish deli dishes in NYC

Out of all the food trends that have emerged from New York City, one of the most well known and beloved is that of the Jewish delicatessen. The deli — best described as a...
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