By Samantha Plumley – 1851 Staff
On sunny spring days, yuppies in the Seaport District leave their beige cubicles in search of the latest trendy restaurant. The parade of polished professionals mosey to by CHLOE. The menu is comprised of aesthetically pleasing vegan and kosher dishes.
Domino’s and Dragon Chef are two poplar off-campus dining choices. (Photo by Lindsay Tavarozzi)
Lindsay Tavarozzi – 1851 Staff
Dining hall food can be great, but some- times ordering takeout is exactly what a stu- dent needs. Whether it’s Chinese food, deli, or Italian, the possibilities are unlimited. Newton offers a variety of places within prox- imity to the Lasell campus, most of them without a delivery charge.
Chinese food is a common option for college students. Moise Michel, a senior said he prefers Lily’s Kitchen’s Chinese food. “I like to switch things up often, but somehow I always end up getting Chinese and Lily’s is my favorite,” said Michel. Lily’s Kitchen is located in Waltham, MA and serves traditional Chinese dishes.
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Emily Kochanek – 1851 Staff
When students look to grab a late night snack at the Campus Center after 10 p.m., they’ll find locked doors instead of flatbreads. The decision to close earlier came from Lasell’s Sodexo general manager, Mairead VanHeest, and her staff. The decision, she said, was purely business driven. More…
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Zachary Gray – Co-Editor-In-Chief
Moody St in Waltham is home to a variety of restaurants for friends to enjoy some food and drinks. For those looking for American cuisine with a unique beverage, Watch City Brewing Company offers just that.
Established in 1996, Watch City Brewing Company is one of the few local restaurants in the Newton area to feature its own brewery. The restaurant has a cozy, traditional restaurant setting with familiar booth, table, and bar seating. More…