The aromas rushing through my car window at the drive-through of the Donut Shop in Buckhannon, West Virginia, were a heady mash-up of late-night pizza and early-morning bakery. I had planned to drive to a nearby scenic overlook to eat my pepperoni rolls, but I never made it out of the parking lot. Instead, I tore straight into the bag, pleased to see drips of red grease on the wrappers—a sure sign that the rolls were generously filled and wouldn’t be dry. The first bite was burn-my-whistle hot. I didn’t care, although after things cooled a bit, I was
You guys look hungry for some restaurant news.
Here’s what we know about several places that have opened, closed, re-opened, or will soon open in Fayetteville.
Calle Latin Cuisine
A new Latin restaurant is in the works on Block Avenue.
The new place, called Calle Latin Cuisine, is planning to open in the building formerly home to Flying Possum Leather, and more recently Distinctive Dwelling, at 33 N. Block Ave.
The business was registered with the state by locals Fredi Valle and Fernando Castillo.
We found a Facebook page for the business, and reached out for more info.
Hibachi Express, Mr. Wish and Aone Mart opened at 320 E. College Ave. Photo by Geoff Rushton | StateCollege.com
Three new downtown State College businesses have partnered to offer Asian dining, drinks and groceries from one location.
Mr. Wish, Hibachi Express and Aone Mart opened this week at 320 E. College Ave, the former location of Metro clothing store.
Offering a variety of bubble, fruit and brewed tea, Mr. Wish originated in Taiwan and expanded to the United States, where it has locations in nine states. State College is its first Pennsylvania location outside of the Philadelphia area, where it
It’s that time of the year again when kids are going back to school! Just because your home will be emptier during the day doesn’t mean you have more free time, though. If anything, your life as a parent gets a lot busier when the school year starts.
Between taking them to and from school, packing their lunches, going to extra-curricular activities, and welcoming their friends for homework sessions and sleepovers, your schedule is packed from wall to wall. And don’t forget about the age-old question: What’s for dinner tonight?
InnovAsian Cuisine has revolutionized cooking for small families or large
Mary Ramey says the Beulah community has been nothing but welcoming.
“I was born in the Philippines, and grew up in Singapore, I came over here,” she explained.
She is bringing her roots to Northern Michigan with her food truck, Mary’s Asian Cuisine.
“Yes when I was a kid I started cooking with my dad, he is a chef,” she said. “He says you need to have the magic, so only if you got it, you got magic in your hand.”
Mary is the only person cooking in the food truck.
“To make sure they got the right food,” she
Correction: The original version of this article incorrectly stated Jocelyn Wong is an alumnus. In fact, Justine Wong is an alumnus.
This post was updated July 30 at 9:01 p.m.
When words fail, food speaks.
For alumnus Justine Wong and her sister Jocelyn, this mantra is the foundation behind their food Instagram account, @hangrydiary, where they share restaurant and food reviews. The two first created the account back in 2015 as a way to document the different dishes they came across in what Jocelyn said is a diary-like fashion.
“We both really love going out to try different restaurants,”