Many Washington University students are comfortable utilizing the Mexican food options available north of campus in the El Maguey and Mi Ranchito restaurants. But St. Louis has a selection of other restaurants that provide different experiences from the locations that Wash. U. students tend to frequent.
Since expanding from a food truck to a sit-down restaurant in 2012, Seoul Taco has become a staple in many Washington University students’ diets. Given its success, it comes as little surprise that the restaurant has upgraded to a bigger, better location.
Everyone knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but I would venture to say that while breakfast is a beloved meal, the classic breakfast cuisine is best enjoyed mid-day or even in the evening. That is why I have always found it frustrating that breakfast and brunch cafés never remain open past 3 p.m.
There are few things that I like more than frequenting Mexican restaurants and consuming too many of their complimentary chips. About two weeks ago, I was standing in line to get a cinnamon roll at Cici’s all-you-can-eat pizza buffet. After the little boy in front of me took the last four, I turned in despair and saw out the window another restaurant called “Hacienda.