If you thought going vegan meant giving up the taste of meat, you're in for a treat at Copper Branch.
With an owner who has an extensive culinary background and an inviting personality, Reset Social Cafe provides customers with an eccentric menu of food, coffee and shakes, and a great study spot.
Famous for their authentic and extravagant dining options and aesthetically over-the-top restaurant design, the Wolfe brothers are closing down the Wolfe of Wortley with plans to open two new restaurants in the city.
Ever since she couldn't find a satisfying, tasty protein bar for herself, Western alumna Nicole Haney has been cooking up her own scrumptious gluten-free, dairy-free protein bars. Once she realized there was such a large market for the all-natural bars, she decided to brand them as Boho Bars and turn her healthy treats into a full-time business.
Take a quick study break to plan your next coffee stop at one of these four trending cafes in and around downtown London.
Western University Vegan Society plans to give away $10 and pizza to up to 100 individuals who sit through the entirety of Dominion, a film showcasing the realities of meat production.
Haase, formerly the director of entrepreneurship at Propel, decided to capitalize on the budding industry once he realized how untapped the market was.
Next time you decide to go out drinking, consider doing it at The Rec Room where you can ride Formula One race cars, fight zombies and throw axes all in one night.
Most of us never really think about where our food comes from. We typically go to The Spoke and grab a bagelwich with coffee without second thought. But have you ever thought about what your BLT bagel is made of or how much energy it took to produce the B, L and T?
Downtown London might seem like an odd spot to find authentic Venezuelan food, but Paradise Cream offers the perfect opportunity for students to try out an assortment of cultural cuisines and monstrous milkshakes.