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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

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Ice Cream Jubilee: A Not So Sweet Treat

By Leah Cohen, Hoya Staff Writer March 20, 2024

The decision of where to get ice cream in Georgetown is already a complicated one, with Thomas Sweet, Van Leeuwen, Häagen-Dazs and Pasha Castle already open within about half a mile of campus. But...

THE HUNGRY HOYA | Rasika Still Rules D.C. Dining

THE HUNGRY HOYA | Rasika Still Rules D.C. Dining

By Audrey Biles February 1, 2023

Washington, D.C., has no shortage of crave-worthy Indian food, but there is a reason Rasika is considered the best of the best. This institution entices everyone from Bill Gates to Rachel Ray to me with...

HOMEMADE GOURMET: Turn Down for Brunch

HOMEMADE GOURMET: Turn Down for Brunch

By Isabella Xu October 29, 2020

I’ve set three long-term goals for myself since the coronavirus pandemic. I have been trying to make an effort to rekindle friendships, foster stronger relationships, and … make a dent in my brunch...

ALEXANDRA BRUNJES/THE HOYA | Though The Tavern offers student discounts and other options for the budget-shopper, students often shy away from the storefront. As a branch of Sweetgreen, The Tavern seeks to bring fresh produce to shoppers by working directly with farmers. With the purest intentions and the chicest store, The Tavern is worth a visit.

The Tavern Offers a Reimagined, Upscale Version of Sweetgreen

By Alexandra Brunjes February 7, 2019

In 2007, three young Georgetown graduates founded a salad shop called Sweetgreen and opened up its first location within walking distance from their alma mater on M Street. A few months before...

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Waterfront Guapo’s Lacks Charm, But Food Satisfies

By Erin Doherty November 2, 2018

High on a hill in Tenleytown, about 3½ miles north of Georgetown on Wisconsin Avenue, sits the restaurant Guapo’s, where cheesy enchiladas and fajitas sizzle so intensely that their distinct smell...


Netflix Series ‘Ugly Delicious’ Provides a New Perspective on the Culinary World

By Vienna Roche March 10, 2018

Breaking away from the monotonous “food porn" Instagram accounts and features on high-class chefs that have dominated food dialogue in the past five years, “Ugly Delicious” is a refreshing documentary...

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Georgetown’s Pizzeria Paradiso Unveils New Game Room

By Jose Villalobos January 17, 2018

For over 25 years, Ruth Gresser, the chef, owner and founder of Pizzeria Paradiso, has been working to refine the typical “pizza and beer” dining experience. She opened the first Pizzeria Paradiso...

Restaurant Review: Nobu DC

By Liam O'Donnell January 10, 2018

★★★★☆ Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, known internationally for his blend of Japanese and Peruvian cuisines, has brought his mastery to Georgetown’s West End with the opening of Nobu D.C. in 2017....

Restaurant Review: Boulangerie Christophe

By Jiwon Noh April 27, 2017

1422 Wisconsin Ave. Washington DC 20007| Cuisine: French | $$ |★★★★☆ Founded by a father and son from Saint-Tropez, France, Boulangerie Christophe is a charming French bakery and restaurant...


Restaurant Review: Rolls By U

By Charlotte Lindsay March 31, 2017

2140 F St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20037 | Cuisine: Japanese | $ | ★★★★★ A longtime favorite of Arlington residents, Rolls By U has recently expanded its unique sushi bar experience to Foggy...


Restaurant Review: The Royal

By Sarah Dieter March 24, 2017

501 Florida Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. 20001 | Cuisine: Colombian | $$ | ★★★★☆ As a small restaurant tucked into a townhouse at the center of the historic Le Droit Park neighborhood near Howard...


Restaurant Review: On Rye

By Eleanor Tolf March 24, 2017

760 6th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20001 | Cuisine: Jewish | $ | ★★★★★ Just around the corner from the Verizon Center, the smells of pastrami and latkes spread onto the streets of Chinatown....

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