In this week’s column, food columnist Kristine Xu reviews Luna Red.
Take a bite out of this week’s food column as Kristine Xu reviews Alex Madonna’s Gold Rush Steakhouse.
On a quiet Monday night, most stores were closed and downtown San Luis Obispo was deserted.
With the thrill of the weekend approaching, I went downtown to look for dinner and unwind after a long week.
As a staple in the diet of the Mustang News staff (in part because of its Thursday $4 40 0z beer deal), it was finally time I tried Chino’s Rock and Tacos. Because I had skipped the gym that week, I reluctantly hopped onto my bike and zipped downtown for dinner.
To kick off the new year, I decided to treat myself to one of my favorite cuisines and visit Shalimar, a family owned restaurant serving authentic Pakistani and Indian food in San Luis Obispo.
When I first moved to San Luis Obispo, the restaurant that kept being recommended to me was Splash Café. So naturally, a friend and I visited downtown over the weekend to see what we could eat there.
As a college student, it is often difficult to juggle early classes and make time for a complete meal every morning. But after hearing positive reviews from friends and seeing advertisements boasting the best breakfast in San Luis Obispo, a friend and I decided to head to Louisa’s Place and treat ourselves to a full, delicious breakfast.
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After concluding that we both craved Italian food, a friend and I decided to hop on the bus and take a spontaneous trip downtown for dinner. We walked a short distance from the bus stop to a small Italian restaurant located in an alleyway off of Monterey Street.
As I was nearing my third week at school and desperately missing my regular sushi trips, my friends and I decided to pile into a car and head downtown to indulge in some authentic Japanese cuisine.