Wednesday, October 16th 2019

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,...

Mojo Teahouse Brings a Piece of Home to Isla Vista

Dana Dela Cruz Staff Writer Mojo Teahouse opened on Trigo Road in late August, promising high-quality, authentic tea and Asian fusion snacks. As someone who grew...

Sweet Tooth: As Sweet As It Gets!

Melissa Lee Nilles Sweet Tooth, a new Isla Vista sweet shop offering slightly different fare than IV Drip, opened its doors to customers last month....

Dave’s Dogs Won’t Disappoint Wiener Lovers

Victoria Penate Dave’s Dogs may not immediately stand out from within its fairly nondescript shopping center surroundings. Although it lacks the garish yellow paint of...

UCSB Dining Commons: Where Will You Earn Your Freshman 15?

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer The most asked question by incoming freshmen, as old as the University of California, Santa Barbara itself, can arguably be, “How’s the...

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...

Spice Up Your Life at Spice Avenue

Spice Avenue is an ideal restaurant choice for graduation dinner.

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...

The Vibrancy of Veganism and The Great Green Chef Cooking Competition

Sofia Quinones Finally given the chance to prove their culinary prowess, eager vegan chefs came to the Isla Vista Co-Op to take part in the...

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...