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Morningside Heights was recently rocked by the sudden closure of Il Cibreo, and the subsequent speedy opening of a new restaurant, Amigos. Bwog sent our chief Enchilada Enthusiast, Roberta Barnett, to investigate. When I heard that the newest restaurant addition to the Morningside Heights was going to be Mexican, I was disappointed.  Another one?!  The […]

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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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