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CT Eats: A big bayou bang for your buck

You should have a wonderful time characterized by classic Louisiana flavors bold enough to impress any Southern belle. 

CT Eats: A new year to B.Good

Whether you’ve resolved to eat healthier this year or you need a good meal done properly and quickly, I’d say that B.Good is a good place to be good.

CT Eats: Girls just wanna have Han

We had to wait two years and drive through a blizzard to get there but, oh my goodness y’all, it was worth it.

CT Eats: Run-of-the-mill Rooney’s disappoints

As much as I love brussel sprouts, this dish is priced for scallops to be the star, so I didn’t feel that I was getting my money’s worth.

CT Eats: Pita’s got a piece of my heart

If the Campus Times were some sort of pagan college newspaper society, I would definitely be thanking the CT Eats gods right now for blessing me with such great experiences of Mediterranean meals.

CT Eats: Founders Cafe nice but not impressive

While there is a gorgeous, bright mural on one of the walls, the overall atmosphere and décor did not lend themselves to that really comfortable vibe I was searching for. The food also seemed to follow this theme of “nice, but not too impressive.”

CT Eats: Yummy Garden Part I

Yummy Garden’s main Chinese menu was so extensive that having the separate create-your-own-hot-pot menu on top of that was just too overwhelming for two 5-foot-very-few-inches gals in the big city.

CT Eats: El Sauza has frighteningly good food

Upon first impression, we were definitely pleased with the atmosphere of the restaurant. The theme of the place was bright, warm colors, making for an aesthetic both festive and cozy at the same time.

CT Eats: SEA Restaurant makes waves with good Vietnamese food

The egg rolls, reminded me more of spring rolls: smaller, with a thinner and crispier exterior. I love when you can tell that something is fresh, piping hot, and directly out of the fryer, and this was definitely one of those cases.

CT Eats: John’s Tex Mex falls short

After a couple bites, the freshness of both the plain, cold fish and the sauce along with the also cold and fresh tomato and lettuce became a bit too plain. Everything was just a bit cold, soft, and bland when combined.