Bryan Wade

Class of 2013


  • Smallman vs. Pamela’s: The victor in breakfast?

    Living in the “City of Champions” sometimes requires the breakfast of champions. Smallman Street Deli in Squirrel Hill, a kosher-style Jewish deli, is a great place for all meals, but their standout specialty is their breakfast. Whether it is pancakes, Crunchy French Toast, or the omelets, everyone walks away happy.

    Pillbox | January 17, 2011
  • Cozying up at the Elbow Room

    It’s always important to have a place to go where you feel like a regular. From the bar of the same name in Cheers to the Central Perk coffee shop in Friends, every neighborhood has a spot that feels like home. The Elbow Room, located in Shadyside, is a warm restaurant and bar that fits into this category.

    Pillbox | January 17, 2011
  • Glorious food that sates all sugar cravings

    Students at Carnegie Mellon are pretty lucky — nearly every conceivable form of food can be found within minutes of campus. Bakeries, whether specializing in pastries, pies, cupcakes, or all of the above, have become quite popular among students looking for a sweet treat and a break from their studies. One great option for sampling desserts is Food Glorious Food, a catering company that opens thei...

    Pillbox | January 17, 2011
  • An artistic look at the G20

    A lot of attention has been given to the G20 occurring this week in Pittsburgh. Stories have been written about the world leaders attending, the security measures, the protesters, and even a little about what is going to be discussed during the international conference. What may be even more interesting, though, are the cartoons being sketched about the world event. Drawn to the Summit is a...

    Pillbox | January 17, 2011
  • Delectable Latin American tapas downtown

    For most students, grabbing a bite means heading to one of the relatively affordable restaurants located near campus. Sometimes, though, students may have a desire to break out and spend a night in the city. If this is the case, head downtown and visit Seviche, a restaurant serving a wide variety of Latino tapas.

    Pillbox | January 17, 2011