Eatsa: food made by robots?

A few weeks ago, a groovy new food place opened up on Telegraph Avenue, right where Crepes-A-Go-Go used to be: Eatsa. Eatsa is an automat that specializes in serving customized quinoa bowls. No cash is accepted (only card). Whether you’re craving a kale salad, a burrito bowl or healthier Indian food,
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Famous Bao's

Famous Bao lives up to hype

Famous Bao is a Chinese restaurant that has grown pretty popular in its short life span. We at the Clog decided to take a look and see if the food was worth the crowd. We arrived right after noon, the prime time for when classes end and students are out
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Sol Food

Sol Food: Puerto Rican paradise

In the spirit of freedom and summery excitement, we at the Clog took an impromptu trip to San Rafael to indulge in some authentic and delicious Puerto Rican food. Located at 901 Lincoln Ave. in San Rafael, the bright green exterior makes Sol Food impossible to miss. Even on a Tuesday,
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Asha Tea House, 2086 University Ave,  Berkeley

Get your tea fix fast and fresh at Asha Tea House

It is a hot, humid afternoon, and you and your friends are walking around Shattuck aimlessly. Or maybe it’s a cold evening and either your GSI has just slashed your grade, or your lover, your heart. What you want now is some steaming matcha, as thick as they can make
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A ‘Sliver’ of happiness

New pizzeria owned by Cheese Board vets improves on the original formula

The other day I ran into my close friend Anya, whom I’m eager to see outside the confines of the Daily Cal office (where we both practically lived last semester). But where to meet up? Somewhere with food, obviously. Anya insists on The Cheese Board Collective. But does she know
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