Sunday, September 22nd 2019

The Gelato Festival Brings Frozen, Dairy-Free Treats to Santa Barbara

Ziqiang Zhao The Gelato Festival came to Santa Barbara to celebrate a classic European dessert from Oct. 20-Oct. 22. The fairly small festival took place in...

Craft Ramen Redefines the Soup for UCSB Students

Eric Long To the average student, the word “ramen” conjures images of cheap and processed packets of salt; ramen is not a meal, but a...

Not Korean BBQ, Still Enjoyable: Sunny Korean Restaurant

Ziqiang Zhao Good Asian food can be hard to come across in Santa Barbara. Open in downtown as of September, Sunny Korean Restaurant helps correct...

Poke Battle: Survival of the Fishiest

Joanne Rhee Web Editor About a year and a half ago, Isla Vista saw a boom in the boba business. Isla Vistans rejoiced at the thought...

Dumpling King Takes the Crown

Morgan Bubman Staff Writer With a simple white sign with red letters reading “DUMPLING KING” written once in English, and then again in Chinese, the deceptively...

Alex Ice Cream: Where Elotes and Ice Cream Meet

Joanne Rhee Web Editor Everyone’s favorite Elotero, Hijinio Camacho, has become as well known as Freebirds. On some days, he is easy to find for your daily...

Meun Fan Adds Some Spice to Goleta

Jack Alegre Staff Writer Meun Fan Thai Cafe is a welcome deviation from the endless cycle of Chinese take-out and sushi. Thai food, when done well,...

TASA Night Market Steals the Friday Night Show

Jack Alegre Staff Writer While waiting in line for the Khalid concert, several students probably saw a similar crowd blossoming just across from them at Storke...

Ike’s Place Brings a Touch of Sandwich Heaven to Isla Vista

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Ike’s Place, a chain of popular Bay Area sandwich restaurants, opened its doors on Saturday, April 16 for everyone to enjoy. Ike,...

Santa Ynez Burrito Fails to Stand Out

Jack Betz Isla Vista is a community in constant motion. There is a sense of ebb and flow, of transformation as the old makes way...