A new one-man delivery operation has a secret strategy for bringing Kaldi’s Coffee to campus by bike without sloshing, spilling or getting cold. And as his business takes off, he isn’t sharing.
The Bear Bucks program is continuing to grow. Proposed additions to the program now include Market Pub House, Pi Pizzeria and FroYo on the Delmar Loop. The Bear Bucks program began as a pilot at Bobo Noodlehouse and Kayak’s Coffee. Before the end of fall semester Blueberry Hill began accepting Bear Bucks, and Chill joined the program in January.
Located just northeast of Brookings, Kayak’s offers something for everyone. It opens at 6:30 a.m. and serves Belgian waffles for the early risers. And even though it closes at 10 p.m., it’s a convenient place for art students to stock up on caffeine for a late night at the studio.
As the school year winds down and exams pile up, you may notice that study spots on campus are getting more and more crowded. Instead of waiting to pounce on the next available study carrel in the library, consider doing your work in one of these conveniently located places.
A change in ownership looks to alter the way Washington University students and Skinker-DeBaliviere residents think about coffee. Earlier this month, Kaldi’s Coffee Roasting Co. assumed control of Kayak’s Coffee.
The story behind the creation of brunch is as mysterious as its purpose: Is it breakfast or is it lunch? Regardless of its founding, brunch has become a college tradition that lets students sleep in late and recover from the night before. While there are satisfying brunch options on campus, there are plenty of other […]
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