One of the most amazing parts about studying abroad is becoming truly local to the place you live. Whenever I travel to other cities during my spare time, I love to ask locals what they recommend. After all, isn’t the point of travel to experience the way the other half lives? After living in Barcelona
Category Archives: Food
Our prayers have been answered (or at least all the campus dining survey emails flooding our mailboxes). Benson’s Forest Greens’ extreme makeover has the whole campus buzzing. The Village Juice smoothie bar and the resurrection of a sandwich section has finally quieted the stirrings of the millennials desperate for a genuinely healthy meal on campus.
Two different doors await eager visitors as they enter Dogwood Hops and Crops on Liberty Street, located two doors down from Crafted – The Art of the Taco, the popular taco joint. A right turn reveals a lively, social setting in a bright room. Young people are crowded around long, wooden tables after work, with
I don’t know about you, but I’ve had an embarrassing number of dreams about Winston-Salem this summer. The background for my countdown to move-in (34 days, by the way) is a picture of a Village Juice smoothie bowl. Thankfully, I take pictures of almost all of my meals, so I’ve been able to reminisce about the
As a self-proclaimed Winston-Salem foodie, I am always on the lookout for new restaurants. I have a list of about thirty local restaurants in my phone that serves as my guide to dinner off-campus. I am amazed by the seemingly endless selection of delicious restaurants in the beloved, underestimated town that is Winston-Salem. After reading an article in the Winston-Salem