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The smell of yeast bread and sugar envelops you the moment you walk through the door of Bread Furst Bakery. As bakers knead fresh dough behind transparent windows and cashiers serve bowls of fresh salads to eager customers, owner Mark Furstenberg chats with the regulars about their families. Locals flock to Bread Furst to pick up a loaf of fresh, crusty bread, a specialty cake for a celebration or even just a bowl of mixed market salads to enjoy on the patio during their lunch break.
The Bridge Cafe will open on April 3 on the second floor of Bender Arena, replacing the second floor of the campus bookstore. The cafe will operate with limited hours as a student lounge for the remainder of the semester and will expand to a cafe starting in the fall 2017 semester.
Shakespeare’s classic “The Taming of the Shrew” is
reimagined in Crystal City’s Synetic Theater’s performance, running now through
Rapper Goldlink will perform at the Student Union Board spring concert in the Tavern on Feb. 25 at 8:30 p.m.
The week is finally here when the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington gives college students access to the elite dining rooms of D.C. that we usually reserve for when relatives are in town. From Jan. 30 through Feb. 5, restaurants throughout D.C. and its suburbs are offering special tasting menus for a (relatively) affordable price. Dine across the city with $22 brunch and lunch specials and $35 dinner menus, not including beverages. Make your reservations quickly!
The New Year is a time for resolutions, renovations and reinventions— so welcome to Life. For as long as we can remember at The Eagle, The Scene section has been where arts and entertainment come together to add a little culture to our campus paper. But over time we felt we needed a change. The section needed someone to breathe life into it. So here we are, revealing the new Life section to replace The Scene.
On paper, AU’s on-campus nutrition is golden. AU dining services offer nourishing salads at Freshii, an assortment of vegetables in the Terrace Dining Room and rotating vegetable-centric dishes at Global Fresh. And yet, students don’t seem pleased.
Hundreds of culinary enthusiasts attended MetroCooking D.C.’s 11th annual food festival at the Washington Convention Center on Dec. 3 and 4. Attendees had the chance to meet celebrity chefs and get a taste of local restaurants.
AU favorite 2Amys Neapolitan Pizzeria was honored with a place on the Bib Gourmand list, a version of
the Michelin Stars Guide, released for the first time in Washington D.C. last
month. Inclusion in the Michelin Stars Guide can make or break a fine dining
establishment, and has been the most prestigious honor a restaurant can
This article originally appeared in The Eagle’s fall 2016 special edition.
District Taco is prepared to open its new Tenleytown location at Wisconsin Avenue and Brandywine Street at 11 a.m. tomorrow.
“Saturday Night Live” cast member, Aidy Bryant and stand up comedian Thomas Dale will perform at the Student Union Board’s comedy show on Oct. 29.
University officials announced today that the Airlie Board of Directors has gifted the school its historic Airlie Center, located in Warrenton, Virginia.
Daily Show correspondent Hasan Minhaj will visit AU as the first Student Union Board and Kennedy Political Union joint event of the school year.
AU students are on the go year-round, and that only intensifies as the temperature gets warmer and the spring semester ends. From political conventions in California to volunteer trips in South America and beyond, summer takes students away from AU and into the world around them. This summer, the Eagle is launching a summer series chronicling their adventures. Join us as we publish a new story weekly on how students are spending their summer #AwayFromTheNest before they return to campus in the fall.
With the cherry blossoms blooming and the weather warming up, the National Mall has more than enough activities for a fun-filled weekend in the District. If the tourist season isn’t for you, take a day trip to Maryland for a food festival you will never forget.
Spring weather has finally arrived, but The Scene staff knows there is so much more to sunny weather than quadding season. Pack a bag with your metrocard, sunscreen and water bottle and head out into the city because this weekend is the best time to soak up the sun. D.C. has countless of cool events this spring, so if you’re looking to kick off the cherry blossom season, check out these suggestions.
As AU students advance through the spring semester, many may experience
similar anxieties and stressors to those that plagued them throughout the fall. Between taking the right courses, working, interning, participating in campus activities and managing a few hours of sleep per night, AU students are known for their ambitious activities, stressful schedules and national success.
If the rainy week brought your mood down, head out into the cultural city of D.C. to enjoy live performances, films and tons of other incredible artistic events. If art isn’t your thing, be sure to end February with a of Black History Month celebration.
A buffet of plantains, rice and beans line the back table in the Kay Spiritual Life Center’s lounge as men and women dressed in AU navy button-ups and nametags fill their plates with the traditional hispanic foods. These individuals, Aramark employees at AU, dine happily during their one hour lunch break, as Spanish words spin off their tongues.