This semester, Bell Tower serves as a guinea pig in a technology-forward experiment toward the future of campus dining: ghost kitchens.
Senior Tyler Storer and recent graduate Jackson Trester are opening a new restaurant this fall called OxVegas Chicken. The restaurant will be fast-casual dining with a limited menu including chicken tenders, chicken sandwiches, mac and cheese, Texas toast and waffle fries.
“The wait’s a little bit long, but I think the food’s going to be worth it because Panera’s pretty good,” Cook said.
While the food options in Uptown Oxford aren’t covered by Miami University’s meal plans, there’s still plenty of options to make the trip to High Street worth it. For first-years coming to Oxford for the first time this fall, these are the restaurants you need to try.
Transitioning to college can bring up many homesick feelings for first-years, but the most unexpected of them all is how much you will miss your parents’ cooking or just one of your favorite takeout options.
“I’m really excited to live so close to something that’s been such a popular topic of conversation all the time I’ve been at Miami,” Williams said. “It’s like a fairy tale or something. Everyone’s always like, ‘Bell Tower — that was magical.’”
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Miami takes a plant-based initiative with their plant forward picnic.
“During Passover, I don’t visit the dining halls at all. Cross-contamination is inevitable. Last year, I depended on the synagogue outside of Hamilton, which kept me going,” Levsky said.
“I always get confused when people say, ‘I’m self taught, I did this on my own,’” Samuelsson said. “What? Who did anything on their own? Very few people. And also, that doesn’t sound like fun.”
Rootberry is an entirely plant-based brand based mostly out of St. Louis, but its food is sold in various places around Missouri, Illinois and Wisconsin. With their recent arrival to Oxford, Miami University has officially become their first Ohio location.
Maybe it’s because Oxford is approximately 10,000 miles away from the closest civilization or because it’s too difficult to get staff that’ll accept low pay. Either way, about once a week, I find myself in desperate need of a late night snack or a 2 a.m. coffee, with nowhere to go.