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CT Eats: So much poke

I started off the week by ordering from my go-to spot for healthy takeout: CoreLife Eatery. CoreLife has tons of salads and bowls that I adore; this week, let’s talk about the tuna poke bowl.

CT Eats: Noshing on Nosh

I’d heard raving reviews of the food already, so upon first glimpse of the interior, I was excited to see what more Nosh had to offer. 

CT Eats: A mellow taste of Germany

Not a superlike, but at least a pleasant swipe right. 

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.