Jun. 2, 2017
What’s missing in Drexel’s food options
One of the great parts about living in the city of Philadelphia is the wide variety of food options that are available to students.
Mar. 10, 2017
Philly Chef Conference brings food, flavor to campus
The 2017 Philly Chef Conference brought chefs, hospitality experts and restaurant professionals from all over the country to the Drexel University campus March 5 and 6.
Nov. 15, 2013
Moo Over This | Dining with vegetarians
I have gone to plenty of not-vegetarian-friendly restaurants with many nonvegetarian friends. Although it may seem to present itself as a dilemma, eating out with omnivores can be a worthwhile experience.
Mar. 8, 2013
Abyssinia dishes authentic Ethiopian cuisine
When it comes to just about any institution, the name of the game is showmanship. So long as your product is eye-catching and unique, you’re in business. Flashing lights and pretty sights turn consumers into rooks, ready to grab anything that sparkles.
Jan. 18, 2013
Sweetgreen offers fresh alternative
One of the absolute worst things one can do to oneself is to go on a diet. Now I fully understand that being healthy is important, but to sacrifice food for that goal is abhorrent. There is a small point of merit in that by starting a diet you may expose yourself to new foods or perhaps find different healthy choices. But the majority of the time, diets are about measly portions and exceptionally boring, repetitive food choices.
Oct. 5, 2012
Lemon Grass is worth the price
Then one day, when I asked myself, “What restaurant would most please my readers?” I came to the conclusion that both you and I could benefit from me visiting this Asian inspired restaurant.
Sep. 28, 2012
Global flavors arrive on campus
Market 16 brings global flavors to campus but is strongly concentrated around an Asian theme. It has a made-to-order noodle and sushi bar with a wide variety of meat and vegetarian options catering to the needs of Drexel’s diverse student population. Additionally, it provides quick and healthy grab-and-go food items for busy students and faculty alike. Market 16 has indoor and outdoor seating, providing its customers with an option to relax and enjoy a sushi roll or a hot cup of noodles.
May. 4, 2012
Charity event benefits HIV/AIDS victims
Brothers from Delta Epsilon Psi fraternity volunteered April 26 for Dining Out for Life, a fundraiser started by the ActionAIDS organization, which raises money to help support people living with HIV or AIDS.
Apr. 20, 2012
North Indian cuisine at Sitar
For my first restaurant review I decided to choose a cuisine I am familiar with — something close to home, you know? India is a country with so many cultures and traditions that represent numerous culinary styles. The most popular is North Indian food, often known as Mughlai. It is often misrepresented as hot and spicy. However, this does not always hold true, as there’s so much more to it than the spice. Arriving at Drexel, I hunted around University City for a decently priced Indian restaurant, and that’s when I discovered Sitar India. The menu consists of a wide array of options, both vegetarian and nonvegetarian. Moreover, there is a buffet for lunch as well as dinner. The majority of the customers choose the buffet route, as it is more economical and offers instant hot and delicious food.
Mar. 16, 2012
Baby Blues BBQ satisfies your palate
Up for review this week is hands down my favorite restaurantinUniversityCity,Baby Blues BBQ. Thissoutherngem really makes your taste buds pop.