Opening in 2001 as the first of its kind in California, Pita Pit is a fun and tasty alternative to fast- food chains that is popular among San Diego State students.
This year, SDSU Dining Services is offering all residence hall students four meal plan options: Meals Plus Plan, 10 Meal Plan, Flex 7 Plan and Flex 5 Plan.
Retro baseball caps and vintage photos adorn the walls, providing a glimpse into Chicago culture. Stool seating and counter ordering is reminiscent of typical big city pizza shops common to the windy city.
From plain tart to chocolate, students have gone to Yogurtland since 2006.
Being thrown into this hectic environment where new people, parties, lack of sleep and excessive alcohol consumption prevail, aka the dorms, it’s no wonder students often gain a couple extra pounds.
Although the pub has been under construction these past months, the target date for its completed remodel is conveniently the first day of school.
Opinions were taken into consideration and the new eatery, known as West Coast Sandwich Company or simply “West Coast,” debuted on campus this summer.
“Anybody can walk in. We have something for everyone.”
Trujillo’s, La Casita’s and Señor Pancho make up a trifecta of inexpensive, late-night grease gods of the Mexican restaurant industry.
Have you ever questioned why you are eating what you’re eating?
Cremolose is “the new Italian sensational experience” in San Diego’s oldest and most historic Victorian-era shopping district.
“But what my brothers and I wanted to do is introduce another part of our culture that is also very Mexican, fun and a little bit different.”