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Late night snacks: Eating Yale for under $8

October 2, 2009 • 0
Where I Went: Alpha Delta Pizza, 371 Elm Street What I Ate: Grilled Chicken Pita What It Set Me Back: $6.50 plus tax Everyone knows about the wenzel, but the depth of Alpha Delta’s menu goes far beyond the popular buffalo chicken sub eaten by so many Yalies. Whether you’re in the mood for pizza, »
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Late night snacks: Eating Yale for under $8

September 18, 2009 • 1
Where I Went: El Amigo Felix, 8 Whalley Avenue What I Ate: Nachos What It Set Me Back: $6.95 plus tax Sometimes that combination of spicy, salty, gooey and melt-y just calls to you late at night. Sure, you can try to concoct some sort of culinary creation from the leftovers you swiped from the »
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Late night snacks: Eating Yale for under $8

September 4, 2009 • 0
As a new school year begins, New Haven’s favorite late-night snack haunts will see a boost in business that will continue until the last study-weary hours of early May. For every midnight deadline, there will be a hungry student working long past the dining halls’ seven o’clock closing, and the remnants of care packages can »
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Late night snacks: Eating Yale for under $8

April 24, 2009 • 0
Where I Went: Yorkside Pizza & Restaurant, 288 York St. What I Ate: Gyro sandwich What It Set Me Back: $7.25 plus tax Everyone knows that Yorkside serves pizza, but those with Flex Points should delve deeper into the multi-page menu of this classic Yale eatery. To spend $150 a semester between two restaurants can »
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Eating Yale for Under $8

March 27, 2009 • 1
Where I Went: Educated Burgher, 53 Broadway What I Ate: Ham and Egg Sandwich with American Cheese What It Set Me Back: $2.90 plus tax I grew up on McMuffins. Whenever I was away from home and craved a quick breakfast, a McMuffin is what I’d get. Unlike New Haven, my hometown does not have »
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Eating Yale for Under $8: Chap’s Grill & Bagel Bakery

February 20, 2009 • 0
Where I Went: Chap’s Grill & Bagel Bakery, 1174 Chapel St. What I Ate: Pepper Turkey Panini on Sub Bread What It Set Me Back: $6.95 plus tax November may be long past, but the tastes of Thanksgiving remain equally delicious year-round. Turkey with cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes with gravy, pumpkin pie and delicious piping-hot »
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Eating Yale for Under $8: Est Est Est Pizza Ristorante

January 30, 2009 • 0
Sometimes a hankering for an Italian cold-cut just gets to you. Near my hometown, there’s a place called Corleone’s that serves up an excellent version called a Gondola. My brother in St. Louis raves about the famous subs offered at Amighetti’s on The Hill. Here in New Haven, it seems that you can go to »
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Eating Yale for Under $8: Louis’ Lunch

January 16, 2009 • 0
Where I Went: Louis’ Lunch, 261-263 Crown St. What I Ate: Hamburger with the works What It Set Me Back: $4.50 Watching the Travel Channel’s “Hamburger Paradise” from my Illinois home over the break, I was suddenly transported back to New Haven. Crown Street’s own Louis’ Lunch, known worldwide by foodies and documented in the »
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Late Night Snacks: Eating Yale for Under $8

December 5, 2008 • 2
Where I Went: Pizza House; 89 Howe St. What I Ate: Spaghetti & Sauce What It Set Me Back: $4.50 Commons has closed and you have a hankering for the pasta bar. Don’t fret, because, as almost all Yale students can tell you, New Haven abounds with cheap takes on simple Italian-American comfort food. Almost »
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Late night snacks: Eating Yale for under $8

November 14, 2008 • 0
Where I Went: Aladdin Crown Pizza; 260 Crown Street What I Ate: Steak and Cheese Grinder What It Set Me Back: $4.95 plus tax The dining halls have been closed for hours and Alice’s Savory Herb Meatballs aren’t quite holding you over until breakfast. What’s a hungry Yale student to do? Alas, be not weary, »
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India, Italy, America: Unite! Each tastes great!

October 17, 2008 • 0
Located on Temple Street across from the Criterion Cinemas, Marketplace Restaurant is a four-month-old eatery that seems both familiar and unique to the New Haven dining scene. Familiarity lies in the presence of well-executed Indian, Italian and American dishes, but the distinction lies in the ability to find all these cuisines under the same roof. »
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Marco Polo pleases with pizza

October 3, 2008 • 2
Marco Polo Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant, located on Crown Street in the heart of New Haven’s Ninth Square, is a quaint eatery noticeably removed from the bustle of Yale’s central campus. Average food is accentuated by a comfortable atmosphere, and although the restaurant is only a five-minute walk from Old Campus, the laid-back feel makes »