College Sophomore 2013-11-29T23:23:25Z
There are all kinds of eateries from middle eastern cuisine to asain, coffee shops to chain restaurants
College Sophomore 2012-11-26T18:49:52Z
Average amount of places for off-campus dining. Only accessible by car or taking the school shuttle to the center of the small downtown. Usual variety of restuarants includes pizza, coffee shops, chinese, and small diners. Prices range from cheap to expensive depending on where you go.
College Junior 2012-10-25T15:56:45Z
Theres a panera bread,starbucks ,a pizza shop,and a subway and maybe one or two good restaurants if you take the school shuttle to newton center but if you want to eat a real meal i would take the T to somewhere in Boston and eat .
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-28T16:29:04Z
Suberb Ethnisity and City Cuisine – Newton, where Mount Ida College is a close suburb of Boston MA. In Newton alone there are different ethnic food places to eat as well as your American food restaurants. Newton has a direct T Stop that goes straight into Boston where your taste buds can be pleased at any type of restaurant or hot dog stand. Boston is a college, young, and exciting city, restaurants thrive of college students and deals being promoted for drinks. The Greatest Bar has great food as well as three floors of different excitement on each floor. Any Boston Red Sox fan can catch themselves at Remy's Bar and Grill to watch the games right on the Boston Harbor. Craving late night Chinese? Go to the Red Latern and order your meal on your own iPad that they provide! Near Mount Ida of 10 miles down the road no college student goes hungry!
Recent Alumnus 2011-02-28T22:49:23Z
Plenty to Eat, Not So Cheap. Since Mount Ida College is 8 miles from boston, there are plenty of off-campus dining options. Unfortunetly since it is Boston, it is a crowded city and not very cheap.
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