The Vermont Cynic

The New Euro Market

November 29, 2005

Filed under Archives, Features, Food

When was the last time you had a delicious heaping bowl of goulash or some delightful Bosnian pastries? You're thinking to yourself, "what in the hell is goulash?" and "what constitutes a Bosnian pastry?" Well my hungry and culturally unsound amigos, welcome to Euro Gourmet Market and Café located at 61 Main Street right her...

A Taste of TASTE

September 7, 2005

Filed under Archives, Food

If you have been at UVM for more than a semester, you are well aware of the importance of occasionally eating off campus. Luckily, we are fortunate enough to be in a town with an assortment of good food only a short walk away. With that being said, there are many different reasons that a UVM student would decide to eat of...

Eat At Mikes

March 7, 2005

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Like a good slice of pizza? Can't wait to get your hands on a warm, gooey steak and cheese? Do the words "beer," "food," and "pool" make you slightly aroused? If the answer is "yes," then I've got the place for you. The name is Mr. Mikes, and whether you're getting a quick bite to eat, preparing for a night of outrageous in...

Drowning My Sorrows at NECI

October 27, 2004

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Last week, in the midst of one of the longest weeks in my life, I got inebriated during the day. It was just what I needed. Not only did I numb my feelings, but I was also now in a position that even if I had wanted too, I couldn't have been responsible. It's easy not to do homework when you're just too drunk. A classic ex...

Leunig’s has an ego as big as mine, but neither of us can live up to our rep

October 26, 2004

Filed under Archives, Features, Food

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines bistro as "a small or unpretentious restaurant." A more in-depth definition may refer to the idea that a bistro should have simple dishes, with a great emphasis on good ingredients. Leunig's, although one of the best restaurants in Burlington, does not live up to this definition. Walking in...

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