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Today celebrates the famous caffeinated Italian drink in American fashion with National Cappuccino Day.
Eating healthy as a college student is notoriously difficult. As Rutgers is a college campus home to a plethora of fast food spots and fat sandwiches, the legend of the freshman 15 often becomes a reality for many students.
Let’s be honest: loving to cook and being a college student don’t exactly align. You might even say that these things are at odds with each other.
One of the best parts of autumn is the food. After a hot summer spent eating ice cream and more ice cream, we can finally settle back into warm, comforting dishes.
This past weekend, Rutgers’ favorite local coffee shop, Hidden Grounds, debuted a new weekend brunch menu at their 4C Easton Ave location.
Let’s face it, vegans get a bad rap — some people find their limited palate annoying and obnoxious or worry that their vegan friend will be judging them as they cut into a juicy steak.The Rutgers Veg Society is hoping to change that stigma this Wednesday with "Hug-a-Vegan Day" at The Yard on College Avenue.“The mission of this event is to interact with fellow Rutgers students to promote a sense of unity between those of different dietary lifestyles,” said Nikki Iannantuano, the public relations chairwoman for the Rutgers Veg Society.
Along with the fresh, new dining hall sit-in and takeout options, the College Avenue campus recently brought another eatery to the table: Panera Bread.
New Brunswick has a new restaurant! Roosterspin just opened at 120 Albany Street (where Shaka used to be). They’re serving a korean-inspired menu full of small plates, sushi rolls and noodle and rice dishes along with a great beer list.Roosterspin is a small local chain with another location in Westfield, N.J.
Rome is famous for four pastas — cacio e pepe, gricia, amatriciana, and carbonara. If you walk into any trattoria in Rome, you are likely to find at least two or three of these pastas on the menu (if not all four). The Romans are very, very territorial when it comes to food, especially when it comes to their pastas.
The first Monday and second Tuesday of the month just got a little bit boozier at the Hub City Brewhouse.
After a month of battles between the restaurants selected by The Daily Targum for the first annual March Munchies, the original field of 32 eateries has been reduced to two following last weekend’s Final Four.Without further ado, here are the results from the penultimate round:FINAL FOUR:Matchup One:No.1 Hansel n’ Griddle 593 (559 Targum Poll + 34 Twitter Poll) defeated No. 2 PJ’s Pizza 542 (525 + 17)Matchup Two:No. 2 Destination Dogs 476 votes (454 + 22) defeated No. 1 RU Hungry?
When I was first planning my trip to Rome, I Googled and Pinterest-ed fervently. “What Not to Do in Rome,” “Top 10 Things You Should Know Before Going to Rome,” and other tips.
Four weeks into #MarchMunchies and there are as many teams remaining in the field. The Elite Eight became the Final Four following another weekend of voting, with each region crowning a champion that took another step towards winning the title.Here are the full results:ELITE EIGHT:Busch:No. 2 P.J’s Pizza 498 (484 Targum Poll + 14 Twitter Poll) defeated No.1 Stuff Yer Face 231 (188 + 43)College Avenue:No. 1 RU Hungry?
There is a widely observed magical period of the day after work and school known as happy hour, where the price of drinks and food are slashed and the worn out masses can get sloshed instead of their wallets.New Brunswick in all its scarlet spirit and liveliness has some great ways to do happy hour and researching the best there is to offer has been a blast.
Another week, another round down in March Munchies, the Daily Targum’s version of the NCAA Tournament pitting the best restaurants in the Rutgers-New Brunswick area against each other. As the selection committee released their picks for the basketball version known as March Madness Sunday afternoon, we were a few short hours from closing the polls of our Sweet Sixteen round.Here’s how things shook out:Busch:No. 1 Stuff Yer Face 436 votes (370 Targum Poll + 66 Twitter) defeats No. 4 Fritz 165 (151 + 14)No. 2 P.J’s Pizza 400 (360 + 40) defeats No. 3 Sanctuary 229 (195 + 34)College AvenueNo. 1 RU Hungry?
Last weekend, on a cold and drizzly March morning, my roommate and I took a day trip with a tour group to the towns of Montepulciano and Montalcino in Tuscany for a wine tasting.
Pizza has been a staple food in every college student's diet since the beginning of time.
As everyone flips their calendars to March, sports fans will turn their attention to college basketball for arguably the greatest post-season competition — the NCAA college basketball tournament, a competition so unpredictable that it’s become known as March Madness. So in the spirit of a great American tradition, The Daily Targum is introducing the biggest food contest Rutgers University and its local restaurant scene has ever seen: March Munchies. The tournament's name is a tip of the hat to its basketball doppelgänger and is a 32-restaurant, single-elimination tournament — half the amount of participants as the NCAA tournament but with all of the excitement. The court begins at the border of the Douglass and College Avenue campus and stretches deep into the depths of Easton Avenue.
I know in New Jersey there’s probably still snow on the ground, but here in Rome the weather is already changing.