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savory sandwiches

May 6, 2013

Filed under A&E, Food Reviews

Healani Brennan Staff Writer Sandwiches are easy to make, delicious to eat, and are usually served fast. They are a perfect food for students. Some restaurants in the Lakewood area serve up a variety of sandwiches that appeal to all types of people including meat eaters and vegetarians. A perfect place for those that love hol...

Deluxe delivers

March 11, 2013

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Valerie Ettenhofer Staff Writer A small, square building on the corner of Steilacoom Boulevard and Bridgeport Way would be easy to pass by during a busy commute home from classes. Luckily, DeLongs DeLuxe sports a candy-cane striped exterior and a simple “BURGERS, SHAKES, FRIES” sign that begs for a pit stop. The sign's no-nonsense sensibi...

Coffee Comparison: quality local coffee for busy students

February 22, 2013

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Healani Brennan Staff Writer For most college students, coffee is a staple used to get through the day. School coffee is convenient but never tastes as good as it should. Some local shops take only a couple minutes to drive to, and are worth it for a latte that doesn’t taste like coffee-flavored water. The Two Teaspoons Café...

Meals for deals

November 9, 2012

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Create quick bites on a budget Connie Woodhouse Contributing Writer We all know that inflation is on the rise, for some of us paying for our college tuition can be a challenge. Life adds up very quickly, and we still need to eat.  If you’re like me, you want to stretch your dollar and get your money’s worth. Here ...

Fried food is not the only option any more

June 7, 2012

Filed under Campus, Food Reviews, News

Students are offered a wider variety of foods in the campus cafeteria Andrea Bell Staff Writer      Rushing around between classes there is no time to run to the store to pick up a lunch, meaning it’s home packed or cafeteria.      The cafeteria food is reasonably priced but not always the healthiest option. The majority of the foo...

Fried food is not the only option any more

May 17, 2012

Filed under A&E, Food Reviews

Students are offered a wider variety of foods in the campus cafeteria Andrea Bell Staff Writer Rushing around between classes there is no time to run to the store to pick up a lunch, meaning it’s home packed or cafeteria. The cafeteria food is reasonably priced but not always the healthiest option. The majority of the food coming from “The College Gri...

Anthem Tea and Coffee, reinventing cafe scene

February 29, 2012

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Seattle coffee shop revolutionizing traditional establishment by serving coffee, tea, beer and wine Anthem Coffee and Tea, a centrally located coffee shop in Tacoma, has a fresh new take on the traditional café. Right across the street from the University of Washington campus, the shop provides free wi-fi, a comfor...

The French Hen, great food made from scratch

February 16, 2012

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Lakewood restaurant has great, homemade food transformed into quaint bistro with European twist 25 years of chocolate making experience combined with a love of fresh, original food has culminated in the reopening of a quaint Lakewood bistro. Edie Rahlf, Manager and Chocolatier of The French Hen, started making chocolates about 25...

Joeseppi’s, from district senate to restaurants

February 16, 2012

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Joeseppis owner, Joe stortini, has been in the restaurant business for almost 20 years, but it wasn’t always about food. Stortini started his career as a teacher and after years of instructing American Government classes he decided to run for the 27 District Senate Position and won. After a 24-year political career, Joe decided...

Take a trip down the line at Lakewood’s AAA

February 7, 2012

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  The AAA Buffet just off of exit 127 has a unique and diverse spread of great quality Asian quinine at a low price. At only $8.99 for lunch and $12.99 for dinner a lower quality of food might be expected, but this buffet is beating the stereotype providing customers with anything from a full Mongolian barbecue to...

Interpreting Indian traditions with spicy food

February 7, 2012

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  India is the most famous country in terms of spicy foods. Thousands of spicy dishes constantly attract visitors to India. The country is diverse like America with different religions, continents and casts that all have their specials traditions and foods. The most common and famous dishes in India are Biryani, Qaliya,...

Mama Stortini’s serving up authentic Italian

February 7, 2012

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Mama Stortini’s is an Italian restaurant with great atmosphere, music and big smiles and is worth the 25-minute drive to Puyallup. Mama Stortini’s is a two-level restaurant specifically designed so that the top floor is the restaurant area, bar and kitchen, and the lower floor is solely for catering, banquets, weddings...

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