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Food trucks offer quick eats

Greek Gyro food truck Al Tubasee Street sits outside of a Columbus gas station.  Credit: Elizabeth Tzagournis | Lantern Reporter

To avoid long lines at Raising Cane’s, Chipotle or even the dining halls, a food truck could be the perfect change of pace. Columbus hosts a number of food trucks that can be found Downtown, or at festivals and events. While many trucks favor those ...

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Columbus offers plenty of vegan eats


Vegans might be used to eating salad when out with friends, but in Columbus, there’s a whole world of options for animal-friendly food, and most have something great for omnivores as well. The Angry Baker 891 Oak St. and 247 King Ave One could never ...

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Daily happy hours help students save money

  Happy hour is arguably the best thing to ever happen to college students. We love our food and alcohol, and we hate spending money — because we don’t have it. Plenty of restaurants and bars around campus offer happy hours, making it possible for ...

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Authentic Chinese hard to find but worth a try


When eating out, Chinese restaurants might be a good place to consider. Chinese food is many people’s favorite, but a lot of restaurants fail to provide authentic Chinese food. These restaurants modified the food to appeal to an American taste. If you are looking for ...

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The guide to Greek grub


I internally cringe while writing my headline and referring to the heavenly delight that is Greek food, as grub. Yet most students are only introduced to my country’s cuisine through the famous street meat outside Midway on High or Park Street Cantina. The enticing scent ...

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Italian tradition lives on in cooking


In a small ranch house in a suburb of Cincinnati, my great-grandparents would have all their children and grandchildren for dinner every Sunday. Now someone else lives in that house, and my great-grandmother’s garden is gone. I never got to meet her, but I have ...

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