Category: Dine

Off the Waffle’s Hangover Breakfast

Words by Nicole Scopelliti | Photos by Sierra Pedro It’s Saturday night. Before you know it, you’ve had one too many beers. The aftermath of this unforgettable night out will surely rear its head the following morning. When that stubborn headache and growling stomach arrive, head over to Off the Waffle to get just what the doctor ordered: a cup of coffee and a plate of waffles to get you back on your feet. A trip to Off the Waffle is what the restaurant’s co-owner, Omer Orian, refers to as a “magical waffle experience.” The restaurant’s atmosphere is vibrant,...

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Top 10 Valentine’s Date Night Spots

by Skyla Patton Sabai – If you’re looking for a comfortable evening out with your partner, Sabai’s relaxed environment and delicious Thai food (with a twist of Pacific Northwest charm) is the place for you. The restaurant is decorated to match a modern atmosphere and is even dimly-lit to match the mood of a Valentine’s Day dinner — if the weather’s nice, they even offer a lovely outdoor patio accompanied by a bubbling water fountain. Start off the meal with “pockets of love” as an appetizer, and finish it off by splitting a bowl of red curry for the...

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Cafe Confessionals

Written by Sam Styles Winter term is here. From the comfort of our families’ couches, it seemed like something simply looming in the distance. With a month-long break, it was easy to forget just how hard school can be at times. Our brain successfully produces a chemical causing us to forget the war torn battle field that was finals week and 2K16 as a whole. To glide through winter term and end it with a slam dunk, you are going to have to keep cool. When you have the time to relax, you are going to need to channel...

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The Hottest Thai Food in Eugene

Growing up, I hated spicy food. I honestly could not handle it, and avoided it at all costs. The smallest amount of spice created a flaming heat in my mouth that often led to a tearful return to bland mashed potatoes or pasta. However, I have recently opened my mind and turned a new leaf with spicy food. To be brutally honest, I mainly changed my tastes to compromise with my boyfriend, since he primarily eats spicy food. The only way I would be able to steal his food was if I conformed to the world of spice. As...

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The Original Pancake House – Come for the Food, Stay for the Community

Written by Nicole Scopelliti | Photos by Sierra Pedro Heaping portions of home fries, colossal omelettes and sky-high stacks of pancakes float around the room, and the aroma of freshly brewed coffee covers the restaurant like a warm blanket. The diners are smiling, the atmosphere is vibrant and for the short time you’re there, you feel right at home. The employees speak to you as if you’re an old friend, whether you’ve been visiting the restaurant for five minutes or five years. The Original Pancake House has been serving the Eugene community since 1965, and it continues to be...

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