In defense of Area Four
MIT students might say that A4 is too pretentious or expensive, but this pizza enthusiast says it’s worth it for their perfectly proportioned pie.
Back to the basics
Nestled right outside of Harvard Square, Waypoint is Michael Scelfo’s second restaurant after the excellent Alden & Harlow. Featuring beautiful coastally-inspired dishes, elegant modern décor, a carefully curated raw bar, and prices to match, Waypoint is the type of nice restaurant you might not expect to find MIT students very often.
The greatest pizza is the simplest
To feel at home in Boston as a New Jersey transplant, I found unexpected cheap slice near Chinatown.
A trip to old Havana
I had the opportunity to order from Mariel’s dinner menu. The restaurant is tapas style, which allowed us to sample a wide range of Cuban-inspired dishes.
Flour versus Tatte: The ultimate food rivalry of Boston
Upon my arrival to MIT as a freshman and huge foodie, I discovered two popular cafe chains, Flour and Tatte, and I became determined to figure out which reigns supreme. From the food to the ambience and location, I wanted to fairly compare and contrast what each has to offer.