Christopher Hora, executive chef and owner of Root, is one of the most well-traveled people I have ever met.
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Creeper guy: I know you from somewhere… Girl: Class? Creeper: No.
Spectacular BYO brunch on Baltimore
A Philadelphia brunch on the edge
Tired of the same ol' BYOB? Try a BYOT(equila). You won't slap a bag, but you will squeeze a lime. Get your fiesta on all over town.
drink a glass of wine or two as they crack jokes about your “crazy college ways.” Then there are BYOs where you stand on the table with your shoes off, alternately take handle pulls and make out with one of the waiters. Plan accordingly.
No one goes to rowdy BYOs for the food, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of what you get. Should you find yourself with an unexpected bedfellow come morning, these revamped leftovers are good enough to share.
Barra 239 Chestnut Street (215) 238-6900 Don’t Miss: Short Rib Ravioli Skip: Mac and Cheese Pizza Price: $$$
A casual vegan (cash only!) BYO still has some kinks to work out
Love 'em or hate 'em, you'll always have your Freshman Hall. Here's what you probably think about them now.
?We’re not going to lie, Penn can seem pretty average at times. You know, when you wake up late on a Tuesday morning and the lines at HubBub are too long so you get some shitty coffee at Wawa only to make it in late to your 10 a.m. class. Or that moment before your last pregame shot when you realize you would rather just get back into bed than suffer through another downtown. Yeah, Penn can feel pretty average. Enter 34th Street. We’re here to bring our favorite parts of Penn to Penn’s best and brightest. Below you’ll find life hacks, condiments, tips, tricks, drinks and outlets that will turn your time at Penn from meh to as fabulous as Miss Lisa Lisa herself. Welcome to Best of Penn.
Because hangovers don't cure themselves.
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Since the dreadful loss of Saigon as a viable BYO option during Fling last year, students have been yearning for the return of the drunken noodle experience.
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