Things happen in Morningside Heights, even when you’re busy gettin’ your tan on in Punta Cana or frolicking through Canada! Quite a few changes have come to these Boringside Heights. Could it be that our humble little neighborhood may no longer be—dare we say it—boring?!
A new display case at Joe’s! Gotta maximize that Robicelli cupcake exposure, ya know.
Even more changes at Nussbaum! Bwog doesn’t quite understand what the new black register is for, but it appears we aren’t alone, given the difficulty the cashier had in processing our Pizza Monday order.
Nussbaum & Wu has moved its salad counter away from the pizza and toward the bagels. A step in the right direction? Let us know in the comments!
We love the environment!
Mel’s now allows you to eat your burgers alfresco. Guys, that means spring is here!!
Also before Spring Break, Dining Services hooked Hewitt up with some new granola dispensers, complete with fancy granola flavors.
Just before Spring Break, UNI Café installed a new sign—perhaps in the hopes that people will stop calling it Pinnacle?
In more cash storage news, the Hartley Hospitality Desk has also acquired a register. Gotta keep those quarters somewhere!
As we saw earlier this week, Milano now has two doors and one check out counter. Sweeeeeeet.
bwog ♥'s nussbaum
if milano renovates and no one is there to complain about it does it really happen?
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