Discover the pros and cons of three study-friendly coffee shops in Brooklyn.
King’s students have moved across the street from CityPoint, Brooklyn. Sometimes finding a good, cheap place to eat may be difficult, so here are some options for students.
I walk into Fresh&Co for an overpriced chia yogurt, my usual midday pick-me-up. I go over to the fridge where I always grab my yogurt. But to my surprise, its not there.
It was freshman year. I had $35 in my bank account, and no idea how to cook for myself. I ventured with my roommate down Exchange Place hoping my card wouldn’t get declined wherever we’d end up for dinner. We noticed a bright colored sign that read, “Weekday Special. Two slices of cheese pizza with a small drink for $4.99.”
When the usual PB&J sandwich gets old, or the idea of swallowing another bite of Cucina Bene pizza makes you sick, there is another place to turn. Tucked away on the water-facing side of Hanover Square, a mere seven minute walk from school, there is a food truck palace.
In a place as diverse as New York City, finding the best authentic food can be a difficult task when there are over 24,000 dining establishments to choose from. Four students of The King’s College chose their favorite place to eat among the thousands of restaurants and verified that these locations reminded them of the food they ate back home.
It is hard not to notice the flood of Facebook shares and Twitter retweets that have recently swirled around campus: Chick-fil-A is coming to the Financial District. The excitement is not only based on the fact that it will to be the third location in New York City, or Chick-Fil-A’s largest proposed restaurant, but that the address is 144 Fulton Street, just a few minutes’ walk from school.
It’s a Saturday morning in Brooklyn Heights, and the 2/3 train isn’t running from Clark St. Instead of settling for some toast in your apartment, try out one of these delicious, classic brunch spots found in the heart of Brooklyn Heights.
Weekend mornings in New York mean two things: sleeping in and going to brunch. The famous New York ritual of brunch is a “must” for New York City dwellers to try, from the chic crowds of brunch-goers to the myriad of ways one can whip up an egg.
Mushroom Veloute with chive crème fraiche and brioche croutons. Beajoulais sausage with braised lentils du puy, root vegetables and whole grain mustard jus.