Sunday, September 22nd 2019

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...

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 Tea on Tea Tea

Annie Huang Staff Writer The selection of boba available in Isla Vista has been saddening to many for a while. Fortunately, this situation is being shaken...

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...

Choppa Rolls Up the Praise with its Rolled Ice Cream

Jennica Martin Staff Writer Goleta and Santa Barbara have a lot of ice cream shops to indulge in when you’re craving something sweet, but only recently...

California Tacos & Taproom Brings Fresh Mexican Food to Isla Vista

Victoria Penate Features Editor The latest addition to Isla Vista’s ever-changing selection of restaurants, California Tacos & Taproom, has opened for business, occupying the spot formerly...

Spice Up Your Life at Spice Avenue

Spice Avenue is an ideal restaurant choice for graduation dinner.

Kol’s Cafe Brings a Touch of France to Isla Vista

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Photos by Veronica Arvizo, Staff Photographer While walking around Isla Vista, you might do a double take and realize that Crushcakes has been...

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,...

For the Love of Danish Pastries

Stephani Anderson Copy Editor When I first arrived in Solvang on a cloudy Monday afternoon, I felt like I had stepped into a smaller version of...