Street decided to take a break from Bridge Cafe to try another onâcampus dining option: University of the Arts' premier dining hall, Mangia, affectionately called Mangina. Located in the middle of UArts' Center City campus, ...
By Natasha Doherty
Rum A: Appleton Estate Gold Jamaican Rum ($12.99 for 750ml)
Emily: It’s like I set my tongue on fire...and then maybe ate gravel?
Alex: uncomfortably sweet, like a very awkward smile
Ryan: tastes like ass.
By 34th Street Magazine
Reema, a freshman at UArts, gives us the rundown on Mangia, from the suggestive name to the bat problems.
Food and drink
Sage words of wisdom from your elders.
The gods have answered our prayers: We no longer need to venture to Callowhill to indulge in the famed Pizzeria Vetri.
Located right off of Rittenhouse Square, nobody would guess Sip–N–Glo is not only pressing out juices, but they’re also harvesting their own honey.
Come because it’s trendy, stay because it’s actually good.
Have a destination in mind but feeling stuck on campus? Let us help you out.
The best food you can get in Philadelphia when you're on a budget.
Marcus: This college sophomore was once eating with all his friends after a night out. Suddenly, one of his friends threw up all over the table and everyone else’s food.
Grab your passport and my hand. Food & Drink takes you on a journey.
From Thursday morning recitation to Saturday night fever.
Probably the only worthwhile British export in a while.
We convinced the 1920 Commons staff to spill the beans on their favorite and weirdest experiences but only if they were anonymous.
If you don’t already know, Kevin Sbraga is a well–regarded celebrity chef.
I love bread service. I usually (sometimes unfairly) judge a restaurant for the quality of its bread service.
If only we could eat twice–fried chicken twice
I’m somewhat of a food minority. I hate sandwiches. I hate bacon. However, the first words out of my mouth after trying the Snack Bacon at William Street Common were, “Holy shit, this is so good."
It's on 19th. And it's v. easy, actually.
Where you'll find plenty of boys, biceps and cheap drinks
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.
Steven Starr has a sensual side, and you’ll find it at this pricey speakeasy–style bar.
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