Han Dynasty restaurant serves mix of Chinese, Taiwanese dishes

Han Dynasty restaurant serves mix of Chinese, Taiwanese dishes

September 17, 2013
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  Sitting inside the boxy wooden interior of Han Dynasty, Chinese music can be heard in the background. And as it softly lulls your ears, spicy Sichuan food sparks fire on your tongue. Han Dynasty began six years ago in Exton, Penn. where Han Chiang, the owner of the restaurant, lived at t... Read more »

Iconic sushi rolls out food-themed scavenger hunt

Iconic sushi rolls out food-themed scavenger hunt

April 10, 2013
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  Iconic Hand Rolls, an East Village temaki shop, will begin its hand roll hunt April 15. The restaurent will place 50 Iconic logo stickers within a five-block radius of the store between Third and 13th streets and Third Avenue and Avenue B. Clues on the whereabouts of the stickers ... Read more »

Top 5: Cool drinks for warm weather

Top 5: Cool drinks for warm weather

March 27, 2013
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Spring into warm weather with cool drinks. Here are five locations with some of the most interesting offerings. Argo Tea I Various locations For $4 to $5 a drink, Argo Tea offers various drinks such as Mojitea, Teappucino, and Smootea. The Smootea, a milk blended fruit drink where tea substitutes wate... Read more »

CAS sophomore expresses identity through style

CAS sophomore expresses identity through style

March 12, 2013
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Despite being two years into his NYU education, this is Slater Stanley’s first year in New York. He lived and studied in NYU’s Shanghai site before coming to Manhattan, and he had the opportunity to practice his Mandarin, which he has studied for the past six years. Stanley picked up some Asi... Read more »

Do-it-yourself dorming

Do-it-yourself dorming

March 7, 2013
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WRAP IT UP Free up desk space by condensing lamp cords, charger cords and other electrical wires with this simple cord wrapper.   Cut a 5 inch by 3 inch rectangle from a piece of cardboard.   Next, use a hole-puncher or scissors to make a small hole on the top left and bottom right corners of th... Read more »

Best places to celebrate spuds during Potato Lover’s Month

Best places to celebrate spuds during Potato Lover’s Month

February 20, 2013
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February celebrates Potato Lover’s Month, so make it your goal to visit these spots offering the best potato dishes in the city. 10. Sullivan Street Bakery The patate pizza is the answer to the carb lover’s call. Its thin, chewy and crispy pizza crust is topped with sliced potatoes, on... Read more »

Mouthwatering treats to enjoy this winter

Mouthwatering treats to enjoy this winter

February 20, 2013
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Cupcakes are popular during the summer, but nothing beats indulging in warm cakes and pies during the winter. Visit these dessert shops to bust the winter blues. 10. Chikalicious Dessert Bar For $16, customers are served a three-course dessert prix fixe. Try one of their seasonal items: hot caramel custar... Read more »