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Today celebrates the famous caffeinated Italian drink in American fashion with National Cappuccino Day.
Are you having a party at your house this Halloweekend or just a little get together to get ready before going out?
Halloween is almost here and whatever your Halloweekend plans include, you’re probably going to want to have a few drinks at home first.
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.
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.
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.
You could take multiple lifetimes to explore Rome. I've been here for two months, and I'm still barely able to comprehend what a truly magnificent place it is.
There are many things about Rome that are truly amazing: The fact that it’s been a city for almost 3,000 years, the amount of dogs there are or how sometimes you just stumble into a church and there’s a Michelangelo statue right in front of you. Another enchanting element of the eternal city is that you can’t take more than a few steps without finding a place that sells supplì — although I can’t guarantee this is a fact.
I’ve been in Rome, Italy for about five minutes and already I can’t imagine myself being any happier anywhere else in the world.
It’s the holiday season, which means you probably have more exams, papers and projects than you know what to do with.