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Shirazi Cafe: Step-Up from Halal Food Carts

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Credit: Kareena Khan

One of the biggest food trends in New York City is halal food.  Everyone who lives in the five boroughs has seen a halal food cart at least once.  Most people who have tried it can agree that it tastes delicious. Halal food has become very popular, and the publicity is justified.  However, halal food […]

The Most Over-rated Restaurant in NYC

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Serendipity 3 is said to have been New York City’s number one desert destination, especially for their famous frozen hot chocolate. But is it really number one or just another one of New York City’s overrated restaurants? Located at 225 E 60th St, New York, NY 10022, Serendipity 3 is stationed at a small area […]

Different Fries Around

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There are restaurants and delis around our area that have the fries we crave while still protecting our wallets.  Popular areas that students can purchase french fries by Edison from students are Checkers and Popeye’s. They come in three different sizes,  small, medium, and large, all priced under $8. However there are cheaper alternatives for […]

Chipotle VS Qdoba

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Students at Thomas A. Edison High School have had an ongoing debate on Chipotle vs. Qdoba. Chipotle and Qdoba are two Mexican themed restaurants with similar menu items, however each adding their own twist to certain foods. Chipotle began their company two years before Qdoba, increasing the popularity of the chain. I took it upon […]

Oak House Mexican Kitchen

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Burrito Loco with BBQ Jackfruit, $17 (top) 
Cheese Quesadilla with Seitan Tinga, $10 (bottom)

Located at 155 Tulip Ave, Floral Park, NY 11001, Oak House Mexican Kitchen is known for their made to order authentic Mexican cuisine made with  fresh ingredients. The atmosphere of the restaurant is very relaxing, comfortable, and the decor was aesthetically pleasing. This location is open from 4pm until 10pm every weekday, from 11am to […]

S’mac

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Buffalo Chicken Mac and Cheese in size nosh.

Sarita’s Macaroni & Cheese, known as S’mac, is the first-ever restaurant to be devoted exclusively to mac & cheese. S’mac is a small, edgy East Village restaurant with high-traffic, high-volume, and a cult following. At S’mac, you can have a selection on either regular, multi-grain or gluten-free elbow macaroni. Your mac and cheese can be […]

Twenty Years Passing by Seamlessly

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To commemorate Seamless' 20 years of business Edison is giving them a cake drawn in their art style.
Credit: Byron Quinteros

Seamless, one of the first ever companies that capitalized on people desire for delicious food without having to stray too far from the couch, turns twenty years old this December, and to celebrate they’re pulling out all the stops. With Seamless about to reach their twentieth year of business, they’ve certainly passed the test of […]

Living Mas!

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Taco Bell, the long term “go-to” for many vegans and vegetarians, is releasing a special vegetarian-friendly menu! As part of Taco Bell’s new 2019 “Tacos With a Side of Purpose” initiative, a dedicated vegetarian-friendly menu has debuted that will be featuring new items, including new vegan items! As of now, this menu has debuted in […]

That Hits the Spot!

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  Looking to excite with a quick bite? Spot dessert bar is the way to go. The ambiance and exquisite atmosphere brought upon at the bar gives it a warm and pleasant welcoming. From its devouring choices of desserts, there are just enough to try them all. The dessert bar serves over 7 desserts and […]

Can Life Be Too Sweet?

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If you’re a person who claims to have a sweet tooth, it’s time to re-evaluate what that means. Kellogg’s has recently released a limited-edition cereal based on Easter’s most famous treat, Peeps marshmallows. The cereal features three spring-inspired, brightly-colored, marshmallow-flavored cereal crisps and white marshmallow pieces. Interestingly enough, nothing in the cereal is actually shaped like […]