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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

The Food Issue

The Food Issue

By Guide Editor February 27, 2020

ABOUT THIS ISSUE From lunchtime meals in Leo J. O’Donovan Dining Hall to a fancy dinner at the Michelin-starred Fiola Mare on the Georgetown waterfront, the range of food options across campus and...

Cooking Provides Cheaper, Healthier Meal Plan Alternative

Cooking Provides Cheaper, Healthier Meal Plan Alternative

By Sara Roberts February 27, 2020

The intricate artistry of student cooking is one of the distinct hobbies through which Georgetown University students differentiate themselves on the hilltop. Withdrawing from a meal plan and choosing...

Sophia Nunn For the Hoya | With food insecurity increasingly becoming a problem across the country and on campus, student groups like the Hoya Hub aim to alleviate to offer discreet solutions to students to the issue.

Hoya Hub Offers Solution to Food Insecurity on Campus

By Kirsten Garino February 27, 2020

Fifty-four percent of 351 students surveyed experienced food insecurity at Georgetown University because of cost, according to a survey conducted by the Georgetown University Student Association in 2016,...

Restaurant Review: Retro Comfort Done Right at Slims Diner

Restaurant Review: Retro Comfort Done Right at Slim’s Diner

By Eleanor Tolf November 18, 2016

Located in the close-knit residential Petworth neighborhood, Slim’s Diner stands out from the pop-up restaurants and transient eateries that crowd the neighborhood’s artistic space. Slim’s is not...

Restaurant Review: Adventure and Authenticity Within Range

By Brian Davia November 11, 2016

Founded by James Beard Award-winning chef Vikram Sunderam, Bindaas aims to take its diners on a tour through the streets of India one course at a time by serving Indian street food in a sophisticated manner....

Restaurant Review: Third Time is the Charm With Haikan

By Vera Mastrorilli and technology November 11, 2016

Rivaling the forceful brutalistic architecture of Lauinger Library, the Atlantic Plumbing building in North End Shaw has been housing a colorful new Japanese eatery, Haikan, for three months. The 49-seat...

Settling in Seoul: Soul Food in Streets of Seoul

By Jasmine White November 11, 2016

While the Southerner in me misses her sweet tea, buttermilk cornbread and made-from-scratch macaroni and cheese, the transition to eating Korean food has not been a difficult one. In fact, I’m not sure...

Food Issue: Spring 2016

Food Issue: Spring 2016

By Guide Editor March 18, 2016

Dear readers, After a two-year hiatus, the Food Issue returns with new features about the Georgetown and D.C. food scenes. From Peter Tran, the beloved sushi chef at Epicurean, to the history...



By Allison Hillsbery February 7, 2014

With an eclectic mix of shops and unusual businesses that surround American University, Tenleytown is one of the more interesting places to visit in D.C. It’s a friendly, fun and laid-back neighborhood...


Woodley Park

By Julia McCrimlisk February 7, 2014

This stop will drop you off near Adams Morgan, which is well-known for its nightlife and bar scene. However, the area features everything from decadent bakeries to rowdy bars to authentic Indian eateries....


Virginia Square-GMU

By Nicole Jarvis February 7, 2014

Virginia Square, a neighborhood in Arlington, Va., is home to the Arlington Arts Center, which presents contemporary works from upcoming artists and cutting-edge installation pieces. The area offers an...


Eastern Market

By Jess Kelham-Hohler and Allison Cannella February 7, 2014

Eastern Market is D.C.’s original food and arts market and a traditional home to some of the most inspired cuisine in the area. From cool coffeehouses to charming bistros, Eastern Market is bursting...

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