I love the pizza from the Kitchen at House of Rock. It’s perfectly thin, just the right amount of sauce and well-seasoned. All for $3 per slice. The only thing I don’t like? The $1 surcharge on credit cards.

No cash at any time

garden-of-vegan:

Avocado and pepper on a sprouted grain English muffin + Veggie tofu scramble (extra-firm tofu, green pepper, mushrooms, nutritional yeast + spices and black salt.)

*drool*

garden-of-vegan:

Avocado and pepper on a sprouted grain English muffin + Veggie tofu scramble (extra-firm tofu, green pepper, mushrooms, nutritional yeast + spices and black salt.)

*drool*

(via vegan-yums)

Asian Food on Stick set up shop outside Cactus & Vine, which is pretty much my idea of heaven. The owners said they got the idea after one of them, who’s from Vietnam, realized there was nowhere in town you could get some food on a stick and go on your way like she could back home. So they saw a need I didn’t even know we had and are filling it with delicious dumplings and wontons. Brilliant!

Erica opted for chicken and I got the veggie dumplings, $3 for 5. They’re perfectly, lightly fried and come topped with spicy and salty sauces. I gave them a heat rating of 2.5 out of 5, but Erica said 4.5, I think.

Asian Food on Stick is still putting the finishing touches on their upside down house food cart, so they’re not looking for the spotlight quite yet. But hopefully we’ll see them on social media and on the streets more often soon!

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I got my passport to the Southside stamped and had dinner last week at Kuzina Mediterranean Grill. The falafel sandwich is more of a wrap, but nobody cares because it’s delicious. It was creamy and flavorful with a great balance of tartness from what I assume was sour creme or yogurt (sorry, my memory is a little fuzzy at this point). The fries were perfection, as well. The staff was incredibly friendly, which just took the whole thing the the next level. 

I got my passport to the Southside stamped and had dinner last week at Kuzina Mediterranean Grill. The falafel sandwich is more of a wrap, but nobody cares because it’s delicious. It was creamy and flavorful with a great balance of tartness from what I assume was sour creme or yogurt (sorry, my memory is a little fuzzy at this point). The fries were perfection, as well. The staff was incredibly friendly, which just took the whole thing the the next level. 

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