Pace University’s Pick: Sal’s Pizza

Story by Alyssa Madonna    Daniel Giardullo has spent the last seven years behind an oven for roughly 72 hours per week. As the owner of Sal’s Pizza in Pleasantville, NY, Giardullo is constantly making pizza pies for his main clientele, who are families that live in town. However, Sal’s Pizza has made a name … Continue reading Pace University’s Pick: Sal’s Pizza


Carlo’s Restaurant

Some of the most amazing food comes out of the smallest, most cramped, aesthetically displeasing places of all times. That being said, Carlo's in Yonkers is a cozy, casual Italian restaurant in Yonkers serving up some of the best Italian food in the area. There are not enough words in the English dictionary to describe their … Continue reading Carlo’s Restaurant

The Valhalla Crossing

Where in the heck is Valhalla?! It's a suburb so small that it cannot be called a town so it was dubbed a "Hamlet". It's located in Mount Pleasant, about a 45 minutes north of New York City (but everyone who knows NY traffic knows that it's actually about an hour and a half) and … Continue reading The Valhalla Crossing


Crepes from the Gods

The Greek island of Mykonos has a reputation of being a destination for fabulous nightlife. However, it holds much more for travelers than nights full of parties. The crystal blue waters set the perfect stage to watch the sunrise from one of the hundreds of restaurants that face the port. Wander down the white and … Continue reading Crepes from the Gods


Best Eats in New Orleans

New Orleans is known for its rich history and French, Spanish, and Creole inspired culture-and let’s not forget Bourbon Street, Mardi Gras, and the open container policy allowing you to openly drink in the streets from dusk until dawn. However, aside from its wide array of dive bars, live music, and concession stands that will … Continue reading Best Eats in New Orleans