The Observer

Best of…. restaurants for a date

Isabel Torres-Padin, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2016

With summer coming to a close, those fun—and usually cheap—outdoor dates to concerts, gardens and romantic walks we have all come to know and love will also come to end. With fall and winter comes the advent of more time indoors, so step up from the cliché movie and a date—or Netflix and whateve...

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Rising Star

Enio Chinca, Staff Reporter

October 16, 2014

Little Italy's Rising Star Coffee is a great place to get your caffeine fix.

Toasting Toast

Teddy Eisenberg, Staff Reporter

May 30, 2014

Toast provides zesty food in an easily accessible by Red Line location.

West Side Market Celebrates Centennial

Grace Francisco, Food Reporter

October 14, 2012

“Wake up to life!” a vendor snaps. The pace inside the West Side Market on the intersection of Lorain Road and West 25thStreet does not slow for anyone. Packed wall-to-wall are over 100 vendors in this historical space. A continuous stream of bustling customers eagerly wait to purchase the gleaming...

From Hodge Podge to Hodge’s

From Hodge Podge to Hodge’s

Grace Francisco and Katy Witkowski

August 31, 2012

Squeezed along the busy side street of Euclid Avenue lies Hodge’s, an eatery that just opened this past spring, serving elevated comfort food to the masses. When coming to Hodge’s, expect the unexpected. At this comfortable alcove, each dish is served with visual flare and prepared with care....

Hungry for so me real food? Ditch the dining hall and go get something worth eating

Katy Witkowski and Grace Francisco

August 24, 2012

Little Italy   Right up Mayfield Road (an easy walk from North Residential Village) is Little Italy, a hub of pasta and pizza. Many of the restaurants offer favorites like ravioli and manicotti, but each puts a unique spin on the traditional Italian cuisine. Be it Mama Santa’s pizza or P...

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