Tagged - food

Ask the locals: Best restaurants in town

It’s more important now than ever to support locally owned restaurants instead of national and international chains.

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. 

I have taken the Flag Lounge into my own hands

There were 163 flags hanging in the lounge, each one three by five feet. That’s a lot to just "hide." Where are they now?

Study shows food provides protection from COVID-19

“Because social distancing is required at all times, and I can’t have any visitors, the news that food prevents coronavirus spread has completely saved my social life,”

CT Eats: Eerie deliciousness at The Spirit Room

In addition to serving up some great food, The Spirit Room has a great atmosphere and is a cool, fun place to hang out. The interior is dark, sultry, colorful, cozy, and eclectic with a lot of spooky spiritual decors.

Any sauce is too much sauce

I am wholly against the use of all condiments in food. You can keep your mustard-drenched hot dogs and ketchup-drowned…

CT Eats: Custom built fast food at Blaze Pizza

As far as fast food goes, Blaze is definitely not just a step, but a full staircase above the rest.

Hidden in WilCo, a full-time food pantry

Tucked in a corner on the bottom floor of Wilson Commons, the food pantry — previously operated only during winter…

CT Eats: Eating in ROC for Dummies

So, be you vegan or omnivorous, in search of brunch or lunch, really hungry or just sorta in the middle, Rochester’s got your back.

Seeking awareness: GlobeMed’s annual benefit dinner

Speakers at GlobeMed’s eighth annual Benefit Dinner last Friday brought attention to how the average college student can create change…