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Inexpensive L.A. sushi restaurants will satisfy your cravings

Inexpensive L.A. sushi restaurants will satisfy your cravings

By Helena Heslov

October 28, 2015


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Los Angeles is home to some of the best quality, not to mention most expensive, sushi restaurants, such as Nobu and Matsuhisa. However, there are plenty of high quality places to get sushi in Los Angeles that won't break the bank. Sushi Stop has six locations all over Los Angeles from the Hollywood area all the way to Santa Monica. Each d...

Yatai Burgerizes Sushi

Yatai Burgerizes Sushi

By Helena Heslov

May 21, 2015


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Located on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, Yatai serves Japanese sushi with an American flare, a unique combination.  Read More »...

Trendy LA restaurants make for delicious weekend

Trendy LA restaurants make for delicious weekend

By Helena Heslov

March 19, 2015


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

The most popular restaurants in Los Angeles consist of fun vibes, excellent service and delicious food. Although we all have our favorite restaurants that we eat at regularly, it is always fun to venture out and try something new. Read More »...

Veganism at Archer

Veganism at Archer

By Rachel Magnin

February 5, 2015


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Sometimes people check the nutrition facts and ingredients on food for the amount of calories or sugars, but others have completely different motives for checking ingredients. Vegetarianism, pescetarianism and pollotarianism diets are all strict diets that regulate consumption — the most stric...

Enzo and Angela Brings Italy to Brentwood

Enzo and Angela Brings Italy to Brentwood

By Gemma Brand-Wolf

December 9, 2014


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD, MULTIMEDIA

Enzo and Angela is an endearing restaurant straight out of Italy within a five-minute drive from Archer. Read More »...

Tierra Mia Challenges Traditional Coffee Shops

Tierra Mia Challenges Traditional Coffee Shops

By Kayry Gonzalez

May 29, 2014


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Tierra Mia Coffee offers a spin on the customary café with a shot of culture. UC Berkeley undergraduate and Stanford MBA graduate Ulysses Romero founded Tierra Mia Coffee in 2008. As the son of a Mexican immigrant, Romero followed father's footsteps and opened his own business. Read More »...

Hermanas Unidas hosts ‘Holy Guacamole’ Competition

Hermanas Unidas hosts ‘Holy Guacamole’ Competition

By Sydney Stone

May 21, 2014


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD, MULTIMEDIA

On Wednesday May 21, the Hermanas Unidas club hosted a homemade guacamole competition.  Earlier in the year, the club hosted a similar "salsa de mi casa" competition. Read More »...

Cafe 50’s Provides Genuine 50’s Feel

Cafe 50’s Provides Genuine 50’s Feel

By Kayry Gonzalez

April 22, 2014


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Ironically, Café 50’s is not a restaurant that originated in the 50’s – although the creator did. It is a 50’s-themed restaurant. Founder Craig Martin, who grew up in Germany, was always captivated by American Rock & Roll, sparking his interest in opening a classic and uniquely charming...

Restaurant Review: Grimaldi’s Coal Brick-Oven Pizzeria

Restaurant Review: Grimaldi’s Coal Brick-Oven Pizzeria

By Marcela Riddick

February 25, 2014


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

The century old tradition of coal fire pizza from under the Brooklyn Bridge has made its way to the West Coast. Read More »...

Students Follow Vegetarian, Pescatarian Diets, Survey Shows

Students Follow Vegetarian, Pescatarian Diets, Survey Shows

By Madison Richardson

February 17, 2014


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

The Oracle conducted a survey to find out how many Archer girls identify as vegetarians, vegans, or pescatarians. Read More »...

Savor The Season: Three Super Simple Winter Recipes

Savor The Season: Three Super Simple Winter Recipes

By Zaire D. Armstrong

January 21, 2014


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

A warm night by the fire, the light chatter of family and friends, and the glint of dangling fairy-lights that adorn the festively decorated room. The only thing missing from this pleasant scene is, you guessed it, food. But fear not! The Oracle provides all the answers, including three super simple...

Hermanas Unidas Hosts ‘Salsa de Mi Casa’ Competition

Hermanas Unidas Hosts ‘Salsa de Mi Casa’ Competition

By Sydney Stone

December 17, 2013


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

On Monday, Dec. 16, Archer celebrated its first ever annual "Salsa De Mi Casa” Competition. Read More »

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