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A strawberry and nutella crepe. Photo by Michael Hall ‘19

Crepes and a Haircut

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Restaurant Review: Salon Café Michael Hall ‘19 Food correspondent With sheets of rain unrelenting and sweater season in full effect, I could think of only two activities for a Friday afternoon: consuming velvety crepes and cleaning up some split ends. You’d be mistaken to think the two were mutually exclusive,Read More

Sean Sherman Commons Review

Sean Sherman Commons Review

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Michael Hall ’19 Food critic  Although Vail Commons’ Chef du Jour wields an unimaginable culinary versatility—concocting coconut curry on Monday and vegetable paella on Tuesday—they have somehow been overlooked by the James Beard Foundation, distributors of some of America’s most coveted gastronomic awards. Not overlooked, however, is Chef Sean Sherman,Read More

Racks of bagels. Photos by Michael Hall ‘19.

Restaurant Review: The Original New York Bagels

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Michael Hall ‘19 Food critic Heading into The Original New York Bagels, I made sure to recruit a gang capable of enjoying what has become almost stigmatized by health fads for its carb-carrying capacity. This bagel-slinging deli in the Harris Teeter parking lot pays homage to the space’s former occupant,Read More

Crispy chicken sandwich and side salad. Photos by Michael Hall ‘19

Restaurant Review: Hello, Sailor

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Michael Hall ‘19 Food correspondent With temperatures dropping and fake furs coming out of the closets, Hello, Sailor is fighting to maintain the popularity that placed it among Bon Appetit’s Top 50 New Restaurants of 2018. A menu featuring fried catfish, calabash shrimp, and a lobster roll builds on JoeRead More

Three tacos served with lime. Photos by Michael Hall ‘19

Restaurant Review: Sabor

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Michael Hall ‘19 Food correspondent Coming in hot off of a human trafficking scandal, the Harris Teeter parking lot is being revitalized by Sabor Latin Street Grill. Dropped cellular shades are best enjoyed on the inside—where they filter light pollution to emphasize the bright colors and sports highlights—than from theRead More