As you make plans for this weekend's PYGMALION, check out these recommendations for where to eat.
Get your pumpkin spice fix and more with this list of five C-U fall foods and drinks.
Transport yourself to Germany and enjoy wonderful food and service at the new restaurant Horsch Radish.
Matt enjoyed twenty-four different items as part of a celebration of Asian rice culture at Japan House.
Steph visited a campus institution to see what all the hype was about.
Located on Church Street between the Himalayan Chimney and the old Art Theater, La Bahía Grill is a welcomed additon to Downtown Champaign.
Alyssa dines in for General Tso's chicken, duck fried rice, pad kee mao, and more at Sticky Rice in Downtown Champaign.
Xiaohui shares mochi doughnuts, hojicha soft serve, mooncakes, and more.
This September, try spicy curry, a big plate of nachos from Farren's, a latte, dipped Italian beef, and diner French toast.
This September, go for apples, pumpkins, Venezuelan bread, and more at C-U's farmers' markets.
"My croissant recipe takes three days to make, and I go through about seven pounds of butter for each market," says Kat Fuenty, the founder of Pastry Daydreams in this interview about baking for their cottage food business.
Papa Del's, Manzella's Italian Patio, and more: here are five Italian beef sandwiches you can only find in Champaign-Urbana.
Looking for a great place to dine? Interested in where to find the best cocktails? Want to know the latest news on restaurant and bar openings? Our Food & Drink Section should always be your first place to look.