Food

photo by Ruth Reyes /Photo Editor

When referring to food, “over easy” refers to preparing eggs such that the white is cooked while the yolk is just barely set to provide the perfect combination of texture. This column, much like its namesake, strives to provide the ...
Photo by Ruth Reyes /Photo Editor

Grade: A- Price range: Approx. $25/person Dark, cozy, warm and yet still industrial chic, Double Zero, Emory Village’s newest restaurant, is a cacophony of unexpected combinations, serving a variety of Italian street foods with an original Atlanta twist. Owned by ...

“Oh, you’re a freshman.” This simple sentence is heard countless times as one walks through Emory’s campus in August and September. The start of a new academic year brings over a thousand new faces to campus. Whether this sentence is ...

If someone pitched me a food-inspired, Pixar-esque film through the lens of Seth Rogen’s low-brow stoner comedy sensibilities, I never would have thought it would amount to anything good. After seeing Sausage Party, though, I can now say I wasn’t ...

So it’s Saturday, it’s late and you are hungry. You’ve already plowed through your personal supply of Easy Mac, your roommate’s snacks are just insufficient and the DUC closed at 10 p.m. What are you going to do? Thankfully, Emory ...

When talking about food, ‘medium rare’ refers to cooking meat so the outside is browned with just a hint of red in the middle, striving to provide the perfect combination of tenderness and flavor. This column, much like its namesake, ...

Emory students will discover new food and venues when they arrive on campus in August. With the change from Sodexo to Bon Appetit as Emory’s food service provider, numerous dining changes are focused on diversifying food options and offering more ...

Bon Appétit Management Company will replace Sodexo USA as Emory’s food service vendor on both the Atlanta and Oxford campuses, effective June 1, the Division of Campus Life announced Thursday afternoon. Sodexo’s contract expiration contributed to an on-going, campus-wide discussion ...

With spring finally in the air, now is the perfect time to spend your weekends enjoying the Atlanta BeltLine, a 33-mile network of walking, biking and hiking trails that encircle the hustle and bustle of Atlanta’s concrete jungle. From the ...