Written by Kashish Nizami
Located in the corner of a mini mall on the quiet western end of Ventura Boulevard, Shalimar may look like a modest restaurant from the outside, but with even the slightest closer look it’s clear that the eatery is modeled to make its patrons feel like royalty. Stepping foot on the green carpet pathway to the...
Written by Jeremy Nation
Passing the threshold from the busy street gives an impression of being inside a small snobby place in New York. Inside a niche health food store, one might be surprised to find Follow Your Heart's restaurant section nestled away in the back where a more adventurous shopper might pick up some fermented kombucha tea or raw...
Written by Calvin B. Alagot
Photo by John Gutierrez
Location: 8709 Corbin Ave Northridge, CA 91324
There are a few El Taco Llama locations in the San Fernando Valley, but the Northridge location is undeniably the best.
Parking is terrible, seating is scarce during rush and there are plenty of homeless people roaming about, but once you have tried this Mexican fast...
Written by Kristen Aslanian
Photo by John Gutierrez
Location: 22045 Sherman Way, Canoga Park, CA 91303
Phone: (818) 340-6626
Mon.- Sat. from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cavaretta’s is more than just your traditional deli, it’s is also a grocery store which imports groceries from places like Italy and New York.
With Boar’s Head umbrellas swaying in...
Written by Evelia Rodriguez
Location: 6032 Reseda Blvd, Tarzana, CA 91356
Hours: Open 7 Days a week
Burritos El Chavo is a very well-known local restaurant in Tarzana. Just a couple of streets down from Pierce College. You can hop on the Orange Line Bus and get off on Reseda Boulevard. For students who want a quick bite but are afraid to...
Revolutionary food for a fast moving city.
Portia Medina/ The Bull
Nestled between an optometrist and a locksmith in a large strip mall on the south east corner of Devonshire Street and Mason Avenue is where you will find San Carlo Italian Deli. The small suburban storefront houses two rows of authentic Italian groceries just across from the deli counter where you place your order.
The deli case...
Dublin's Irish Bar and Grill located next to CSUN is a great student hang out. Its location is key for students being conveniently located next to campus for a short walk, a liquor store where you can buy cigarettes and a laundromat so you can get a drink while doing laundry.
The staff is friendly and good-looking and if you engage them in conversation they are likely to offer you a free creatively made shot. The female bartenders and cocktail waitresses are very friendly, wear short shorts and show a good amount of cleavage. They are however annoying uninformed about their menu and prices and even have a hard time even adding up your bill.
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