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It’s that time of the evening again. You’ve just gotten out of Art Hum after what feels like hours. Your stomach is grumbling in anticipation of dinner, which won’t be for another hour or two. If you were thinking of heading over to Milano or Westside to get a quick snack—it doesn’t count if it’s […]

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Floridita closed–forcibly, and by Columbia–for “repairs.” You got some ‘splainin to do, PrezBo! (Spec) If it’s any consolation, Maoz opens today, and we’ll have a taste test up later in the day. Falafel, anyone? (Spec) A trip into the Village Voice archives takes us back to wild-riotin’ CU. Dated references abound: “Jimi Hendrix blared from […]

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New Food: It Exists!

It’s safe to say that Morningside Heights is the culinary center of America. Hey, JK! Since the Pinnacle Incident made everyone debate the merits of Cracker Barrel, Bwog is here to quell your foodie nerves: there are new options! The Morningside food openings, renovations, and gossip: The vacant storefront formerly known as Empanada Joe’s has […]

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Tomorrow you will wish each other a happy Yom Ha’atzmaut with lots of dignity and layers of clothes, but tonight you will celebrate Israel’s Independence Day in full out “Tel Aviv Beach Style.” Hillel’s celebration begins at 8:45 in Lerner Party Space. The free food has a Mediterranean theme, naturally – feast on falafel, hummus, and Israeli […]

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