College Senior 2013-12-10T21:43:45Z
The food here is wonderful!
College Freshman 2013-12-10T06:13:48Z
There aren't many places that you can walk to so you have to build your schedule around the various bus schedules which can be annoying. There are a few places you can walk to, but only about 3 or 4 and only 1 that is open 24/7. as college students i think we are constantly hungry and should be allowed easy access to food all the time. Also, with everyone's varying schedules, people have breakfast lunch and dinner and vastly different times. there are a few restaurants, however that are worth the bother of the buses.
College Sophomore 2013-11-27T19:41:01Z
The off- campus dining is full of a variety of things to choose from. There are many different options and restaurants to choose from and to enjoy. You will hardly fell like you have to eat the same thing in Boone.
College Freshman 2013-11-08T18:05:07Z
There are a couple of places that are open 24 hours, but not many. At some restaurants students are offered a 10% discount. Most of the places are cost-effective.
College Sophomore 2013-11-03T19:15:56Z
Being a vegetarian, I rarely have to worry about eating out and having an adequate meal as most restaurants have an option for non-meat eaters. Meals are generally worth what you pay for and ultimately that is what matters in a dining experience. Student discounts are offered at a variety of locations, but as a college town, it is slightly unnerving that Boone has many establishments that do not offer one. If you ever need to satiate your hunger because you have not eaten for hours or had a date with Mary Jane, go to the following independent restaurants: Come Back Shack, Boone Baglery, Capone's, Black Cat, Red Onion Cafe, and Paolucci's.
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