If you need motivation to get through a long week of psets, projects, or exam prep, Sunday brunch with friends will never fails to lift your spirits. Located in the North End just steps away from Little Italy, State Street Provisions is near the wharf, where grand boats and a beautiful water view accompany an equally attractive menu and restaurant interior.
While the nearest soondubu restaurant was a whole hour away from where I grew up in New Jersey, Kaju Tofu House in Allston brings me a taste of my Korean heritage only a short bike ride away. One sip of their boiling hot tofu soup brings back childhood memories of eating soondubu with my family and will fill Koreans and non-Koreans alike with cozy and warm feelings.
The North End has countless Italian restaurants, but which one is truly worth the trip and carbs? Valuing authenticity, charm, and, of course, deliciousness, Carmelina’s checks all the boxes.
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.