Being a college student is no easy task. Attending classes an insane number of hours each week, composing term papers as boring as any professors’ lecture and cramming for midterms until the sun rises, is challenging for the average college age scholar.
If not for the simple sign in the window that reads “Teriyaki Bowl House” in large, red capital letters, someone could possibly miss this little treasure if they did not know what they were looking for.
A fairly new restaurant, the Grapevine, located off of Foothill Boulevard and Moreno Avenue serves Mediterranean cuisine. What is unknown about the Grapevine experience may be the very key in determining whether it is worth a visit.
A long, narrow-but-high paneled ceiling opens its space to what is the Second Street Bistro.
It is a late Wednesday night. Your night class just ended at 10 p.m. and your stomach is still growling, just like it was throughout Professor so-and-so’s lecture. You have a choice set before you.
Tired of eating at delicious Davenport? University of La Verne students are looking to local restaurants for an alternative.
When one thinks of coffee, they might think of the world renowned Starbucks. Of course, this rapidly growing company would be on the tip of everyone’s tongues. It is on nearly every corner.
The low hum of oldies music and the buzz of lunchtime conversation combine with the sizzle of food on the grill and the friendly “hello” for everyone who enters.
One of the hottest topics discussed in the dorms and commuter lounges of the University of Verne is the imposition of mandatory meal plans.
To be or not to be a vegetarian?