Host Joe Allgood visits Nicolas Eatery and taste tests their casual French Cuisine.
Host Joe Allgood visits Spruzzo Restaurant and Bar and digs into their delicious Italian cuisine.
Small businesses in the food industry have had to make adjustments to their business operations during COVID-19 to adhere to regulations and promote a safe environment. Despite the uncertainty, new and upcoming businesses have been successful.
Photo by Kristin Vartan When gliding down PCH, some of the more well-known eateries may be the trendy, overcrowded hotspots of Nobu and Malibu Farm. Among them reside underrated restaurants students never get around to visiting. Italian bistro, TRAMONTO, just three miles south of Pepperdine, deserves a spot on any Pepperdiner’s bucket list. “For me, […]
Investigating unique international food finds in the LA area
Pepperdine University tuition for the 2016-17 academic year is $49,770. That coupled with room and board for undergraduate students and the SGA fee sets cost of attendance at $64,352/year. Pepperdine works with the local Malibu community to offer an array of discounts that can help prevent its students from breaking the bank.
Meet the 8 places that will be fueling your studying this year.
Photos by Zach Le With the rise of the Mexican cuisine craze, “Taco Tuesday” has become a college student’s weekly tradition. Yet, for those of us who are sick of the Caf food, we have the perfect selection of local Taco Tuesday hot spots. Here is the good and the bad, the “bien y mal,” […]
Photo by Jenna Aguilera Walking down the uneven, not-so-clean streets of bustling Buenos Aires can feel a bit unsettling at times. The city is constantly changing, the people are always moving, the dogs are always pooping (seriously, keep an eye on the ground at all times). Mysterious liquids will sometimes land on you out of […]
Finding your way around one of Venice’s trendiest streets