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Subtopia

June 6th, 2020

It’s been argued the history of the world can be seen on your plate. Moorish improvements to Roman irrigation boosted rice production in 15th century Spain, eventually melding with Middle Eastern spices into what we know today as paella. Bánh mì sandwiches combine native Vietnamese ingredients (such as cilantro, cucumbers, and pickled daikon) with baguettes and mayonnaise left behind by French colonists. There are many interesting through-lines when it comes to food. Closer to home, consider a different kind of example: the humble sub sandwich. Whether you prefer to call them hoagies, grinders,... Read More

The Point Cafe’s Grilled Cheese Sandwiches Are Amazing

May 2nd, 2016

The Point Cafe, located on the corner of 13th and College, is more than just your average coffee shop. They have undeniably the best grilled cheese sandwiches on The University Hill you could find. But, to be perfectly honest, I’m not even sure where else you can find such a perfect grilled cheese. Their menu offers a selection of other delectable eats. You can choose from a ham and pesto, avocado and bacon, or plain original grilled cheese sandwich. Any of their options are good. I stop here in the mornings and grab a nice iced cold vanilla latte (I would even say their lattes are better... Read More