BREAKING: here’s an equally important lineup for this weekend. BCA hooked us up with a variety of food vendors to satisfy all of your culinary cravings during the concerts. If you just have to
drunkenly foodstagram, at least use the hashtag #BlogSW. Your body is a temple—nourish, HYDRATE, and have fun!
Ben and Jerry’s –
Del’s Lemonade – A Rhode Island classic, but don’t expect this.
Domino’s Pizza – You can prove your loyalty to Antonio’s or Nice Slice later.
Taste of India – If you’re feeling adventurous.
Tina’s Jamaican Caribbean Restaurant – If you’re really feeling adventurous.
Duck and Bunny – It’s only once a year that Wickenden comes to the Main Green.
Mexico Restaurant – For those looking to spice things up.
This weekend, readers, I did something I’ve never done before since I’ve been at Brown: I left Thayer Street and explored. While Thayer Street is quaint and has its perks, Wickenden Street promises an exciting change from the usual. So fellow freshmen, if you haven’t gotten a chance to explore, now’s the time to do it! We haven’t been hit with the frigid cold that will be a permanent presence in the dead of winter, and by now, most of us are pretty settled with our friends and classes. So grab a few buddies and leave Thayer. Here’s where I’ve been on Wickenden Street:
Sakura: This cozy Japanese restaurant is a hidden gem! The sushi was delicious and I also ordered chicken tempura when I was there. It was fried to perfection and I left satisfied but not disgustingly full. It’s also good for kids on the college budget, as there was nothing outrageously expensive on the menu. Another plus: it’s BYOB (and they don’t card you). I guess they figure if you’re able to procure alcohol, you’re old enough to drink it. Suckers. Definitely check this place out! Don’t come with a large group though because the restaurant is pretty small and they’ll mess up your checks. Check out the menu here.