San Franciscans have always seemed to appreciate noodles. Maybe it’s the mild-cold weather that makes a bowl of noodles cozy or the cheap price point that attracts a crowd. Whatever the reason, noodle-oriented franchises are being noticed, and two new ones are here to stay.
Let’s face it: it’s really hard to hate ice cream. Ice cream is a privilege and remains one of the best joys of being human.
There was this one time I tried to be nice to animals and bought vegan ice cream that was god-awful.
Construction crews set up barriers before Thanksgiving break, blocking access and inspecting the area where a majority of students and staff eat and walk through to access food, but manager and co-owner of “Quickly,” Jason Wu said he has not received an update from campus
Bernal Heights is arguably one of the most overlooked neighborhoods in San Francisco. Nestled between the Mission district in the north and Excelsior in the south, Bernal Heights has evolved over the past 30 years due to gentrification and the tech boom. On the same
Every week for the past months, I have thrown out at least five bags of kale mixes that I had forgotten about. I felt guilty each time, because not only was I wasting food, but money as well.
Food waste goes beyond just moral or
On Friday night San Franciscans gathered in the South of Market District to enjoy the Filipino Night Market Festival, which is a monthly ongoing festival that showcases art, music and food that celebrates Filipino culture. Hosted by Undiscovered SF, the event is both an indoor
SF State graduate student Mike Petitte is the manager and chef of the Outer Sunset and vegan restaurant, Judahlicious. Petitte, a creative writing major, shares what the restaurant offers and his joy of cooking as a vegan. “I think what initially started [veganism] for me
SF State’s annual Farm to Fork Lunch drew in a crowd of nearly 300 patrons hungry to eat and learn about locally-sourced and sustainable foods last week in the quad.
As part of Ideas Week for Future State, students and staff members purchased tickets for Tuesday’s
If you’re in the mood for healthy food with a South American twist, head to “the top of the hill” in Daly City to fill your stomach without emptying your wallet.
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If sandwiches are your go-to for lunch, the Vietnamese sando shop, Dinosaurs, is a hole in the wall eatery you don’t want to miss. This hidden gem offers a heap of flavors that work in harmony with every single bite. Located between Woodacre Drive and
For food lovers, the Vista Room is the mother lode of all things culinary at SF State.
Located in Burk Hall room 401, the functioning lab class offers hungry patrons the chance to taste hand-crafted culinary creations ranging from Frisee Salad with Duck Confit, to Eggplant
Even in the hyper-liberal city of San Francisco, I get a lot of negative reactions when I say I don't eat meat. People assume I'm going to judge them if they eat meat in front of me, or that I think I'm better than them
Heavy beats and the fragrant smell of grilled chicken wafted through Malcolm X Plaza Tuesday afternoon as students celebrated SF State’s 117th anniversary. The event was centered around SF State’s founding and its transformation into the school it is today.
SF State opened its doors in March 1899
With items like condoms and aspirin in addition to a variety of foods and drinks, the new Shop 24 vending machine is bringing the luxury of a convenience store to students on campus.
The new machine, which is located on campus between the Administration Building and
For Muhammad Awadalla's father, Nizario, opening a pizzeria at his alma mater SF State has been a dream. Almost 30 years since the first Nizario's Pizza has opened, that dream is now a reality.
Nizario's Pizza, Awadalla's father's namesake, and new snack shop, Quickly, are two