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Atlas Kitchen Shines Despite Some Minor Imperfections: A Review

Staff Writer Jake Tibbetts recently joined Staff Writer Danielle Mikaelian on a trip to Atlas Kitchen, the new Chinese restaurant located at 109th St. Though the service wasn’t everything that the two of them had hoped for, they both believe that the institution has quite a bit of potential—and one hell of a brilliant menu. […]

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Junzi Kitchen Brings Fresh Eats To Campus

Junzi Kitchen, MoHi’s latest spot for fast casual food, had a soft opening last week. We sent Senior Staffer Sarah Dahl to check out Junzi’s Northern Chinese cuisine. The restaurant is having its official grand opening today (Monday), and also opened a New Haven location near Yale’s campus in October, 2015 (Columbia’s is obviously better!). […]

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Dining with Bwog: Legend

Bwog’s wallet may be small, but its appetite for not John Jay good food is huge!  With the opening of Chinese restaurant Legend in Morningside Heights, Sichuan supporter Roberta Barnett took one for the team and checked it out. The old site of Rack n Soul on 109th between Broadway and Amsterdam, now the location […]

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Bubble Tea! Where?

Hurry over to Low steps for the longest line you’ve ever seen! …Oh, and there’s FREE BUBBLE TEA at the end of it . We’re not quite sure what the occasion is, other than a cryptic sign labelled “China Day.” We’ll take giant quantities of tapioca and slushie fruit no matter what the excuse is, […]

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