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Restaurant Review

Kendal Davis 26 tried vegan sandwiches and desserts from Easton Public Market. (Photo courtesy of Kendal Davis 26)

The best vegan options in Easton Public Market

By Kendal Davis, Staff Writer April 28, 2023

It feels like I started my first semester at Lafayette College only a few months ago, and while some of my biggest fears at the time were how hard my classes would be and whether or not I would adjust...

Ciaos College Hill location will be open until 3 a.m. (Photo courtesy of Ciao on Facebook)

Restaurant Review: Ciao brings tasty late-night option to College Hill

By Madeline Marriott and Bernadette Russo October 7, 2022

Say buongiorno to Ciao, the newest spot to grab a bite on the Hill. This week the sandwich joint is opening its doors at its new College Hill location at 325 Cattell Street. Ciao, which also has locations...

The shrimp and grits bowl and the hot chicken sandwich were among the editorial staffs favorites. 

Restaurant Review: Miss Jackson’s serves Southern comfort food at steep price

By Madeline Marriott, Arts & Culture Editor September 30, 2022

Adding to the growing list of new faces on College Hill this semester, Don Juan owner Juan Martinez has opened Miss Jackson’s Kitchen. Featuring a menu with a Southern flair, Miss Jackson's can be found...

Hana Sushi and Teppanyaki has offerings for everyone from sushi beginners to the most adventurous eaters.

Restaurant Review: Hana Sushi and Teppanyaki rolls onto College Hill

By Madeline Marriott, Arts & Culture Editor September 9, 2022

Sushi lovers, rejoice! This past July, Hana Sushi and Teppanyaki opened on College Hill. As much as we love playing salmonella roulette every time we grab sushi from Lower, we on the editorial staff decided...

Scullys Seafood is located on Cattell Street and serves a number of fresh and prepared seafood options.

Restaurant Review: Scully’s Seafood offers options for Lent and beyond

By Trebor Maitin and Madeline Marriott March 11, 2022

On Friday at noon, you might choose to enjoy Farinon, Gilbert’s or perhaps Marquis’ weekly wings. For those observing Lent, unless you wish to chow down on a bowl of vegetables or the mysterious shamrock-shaped...

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