La Bateau Ivre: As gourmet as it gets

At first glance, with its red bricks and louvered shutters, Le Bateau Ivre appears to be a quaint residential building. But upon closer inspection, it’s actually a small French coffeehouse, bar and restaurant. Those who are cultured in cuisine will find delicious pairings in the selection of fine wines and
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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 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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We at the Clog tell all

Everyone’s favorite wine night happened twice this week. That’s right, “The Bachelorette” aired on both Monday and Tuesday and featured all the sequins, roses and tears typical of JoJo and this relatively boring season. The “Men Tell All” episode told us all we needed to know about our shallow Bachelorette,
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Rainbow review

The land of Frappuccinos and mom chats, Starbucks seems to always be trending. The most recent Instagram phenomenon features our classic cups with the Starbucks siren and brightly colored drinks in all colors of the rainbow. Off of the fan-driven secret menu, these drinks are colorful and intriguing and definitely worth a proper Clog tasting. Here’s what we tried and what we thought.
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We hate EDM

Unfortunately, we at the Clog have to collectively take responsibility for the radical views of one of our members, who is not allowed to use first-person singular and believes that electronic dance music, or EDM, is worse than Ebola. This music, which could more appropriately be described as the diegetic sound of a robot porno, has castrated the galvanizing essence of live music and has tattooed our generation with a technicolor identity, inevitably linking us to the phenomenon of flitting around in fields, getting high and selling our souls, all to the bleeps and blips of our electronic anthems.
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Asha Tea House guide

Hidden in Downtown Berkeley, Asha Tea House is one of this city’s greatest little gems. Its second location was opened a few months ago in San Francisco. In Taiwanese, “Asha” means “someone that enjoys life,” and one of Asha’s biggest hopes is that drinking its tea will remind of you of all that you enjoy about life.
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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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Avoid the mayhem of finals at Mokka Cafe

RRR week is upon us and you know what that means … stu(dying) should be in full swing. Though finding a seat in Main Stacks or the MLK Student Union may feel nearly impossible, there are plenty of local cafes you can go to to get work done. In your sleep-deprived stupor,
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