Uncategorized | 11:50 pm | April 14, 2008 | By Sarah Wolf

Curry Hill

Going to Manhattan anytime soon? Sure you are. You have a job interview, you have a class field trip, it’s reading week and you’re bored — anyway, whatever the alleged reason for your trip, you know that deep down you’re mostly looking for a good restaurant. It’s okay — that’s what we’re here for. The »

Uncategorized | 2:46 pm | April 12, 2008 | By Sarah Wolf

Backstory: Review of Louis Lunch

I had never been to Louis’ before I did this review. I always meant to, but it seemed like it was never open. I’d even tried going right after Easter during their regular hours, but it was still closed, I guess for some kind of post-Easter chocolate-digesting vacation. But when I came back with a »

Uncategorized | 7:35 pm | April 8, 2008 | By Sarah Wolf

Top 10: Classic

Most likely to be mentioned immediately after the sentence “Oh yeah, I’ve been to New Haven.” People will laugh at you if you don’t go to these restaurants at least once before you graduate. 10. Rudy’s 71, male and drunk according to their Myspace page — what more could you ask for? Go to partake »

Uncategorized | 6:15 pm | April 7, 2008 | By Sarah Wolf

Coffee Tales, Part 2: Koffee on Audobon

Probably the best coffee shop in New Haven (see #3 on Top 10 Underrated) for normal reasons like ambience and quality beverages, Koffee also happens to boast an endless supply of bizarre conversations. For a prime example of why writers hang out in cafes all the time, please refer to the following overheard exchange.