Eastside

Scoop de Ville stimulates summer taste buds

Allie Grossman, Eastside News/Features Editor

June 22, 2014

The start of summer marks the start of trying new things, branching out of your comfort zone and eating lots and lots of ice cream.  Scoop De Ville, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is not yet known to many.  I took a recent trip to the parlor and it  exceeded my expectations from the second...

Jeremy Kane Memorial Run 2014

Brett Dashevsky, Eastside Staff

June 15, 2014

It was back in 2010 when Jeremy Kane was killed in Afghanistan while fighting a battle to protect his country. Jeremy was not just a some regular soldier for he was a member of the Cherry Hill community. He attended Cherry Hill High School East and moved on to study at Rutgers University where he studied...

A taste of France arrives in South Jersey

The interior of Cafe Flora is reminiscent of a street in France.

Nikhita Pejavara (’17)/ For Eastside

April 29, 2014

Crepes have been the new “thing” this year. Fortunately, there are many places in the South Jersey area that sell these French delights. Off of Springdale Road is a petite florist and restaurant, Café Flora. They specialize in their wide variety of crepes. Their portions are quite large and often...

Local supermarkets prove to have differences

Liza Rothkoff, Eastside Staff

April 29, 2014

In 2012, it was reported that there were 37,053 supermarkets in the United States, according to Progressive Grocer Magazine. In Cherry Hill and its surrounding towns, there are multiple supermarkets within walking distance from each other. Local supermarkets include ShopRite, Trader Joes, Wegmans...

Black Olive brings a taste of Greece to Voorhees

Black Olive brings a taste of Greece to Voorhees

Liza Rothkoff, Eastside Staff

February 14, 2014

The new restaurant, Black Olive Greek Restaurant, located in Voorhees, is a rare gem. The restaurant, which is on Haddonfield Berlin Road at the corner of a strip mall, is in a prime spot. The restaurant is a very short walk to the Carmike Movie Theatre. The other restaurants that have been in...

Pho Xinh offers authentic Vietnamese dishes

Pho Xinh offers authentic Vietnamese dishes

Brianna Nghiem ('17)/ For Eastside

February 13, 2014

Nothing compares to a savory bowl of hot Vietnamese Pho (pronounced “fuh”) noodle soup on a chilly winter night. With the popularity of Pho restaurants on the rise, Pho Xinh is located in the Short Hills Plaza on Evesham Road in Cherry Hill, NJ. If you did not know, Pho is a traditional Vietnamese...

Zinburger provides a comfortable dining experience for burger lovers

Zinburger provides a comfortable dining experience for burger lovers

Courtney Finnegan ('17)/ For Eastside

February 12, 2014

After partaking in the Zinburger experience, it wasn’t even a question why the restaurant’s parking lot was packed and there was a mass crowd of people waiting around the hostess stand. As soon as I squeezed my way through the crowd and headed to the hostess stand, I was greeted by the exclusive...

The Cathedral Kitchen serves those in need

The Cathedral Kitchen serves those in need

Ashley Cooper ('17)/ For Eastside

February 11, 2014

The acclaimed Cathedral Kitchen, located in Camden, has been serving those in need since 1976. The Cathedral Kitchen takes their responsibilities seriously, as a provider for the community. In 2012 alone, the soup kitchen served over 232,000 meals. Those who visit the Cathedral Kitchen are among the...

Italian restaurant pleases a wide range of taste buds

Italian restaurant pleases a wide range of taste buds

Jennifer Pacitti ('17)/ For Eastside

February 10, 2014

Lamberti’s Tutti Tuscani is an Italian restaurant that will bring you into the streets of Italy. By featuring a veranda design throughout the restaurant, many beautiful paintings and a prominent brick oven, an authentic Italian atmosphere is set. You are welcomed in by being served with warm pizza...

Pinkberry lives up to its hype

Pinkberry lives up to its hype

Jamie Park ('17)/ For Eastside

February 10, 2014

This past year on December 13, Pinkberry opened up a store in the Promenade at Sagemore shopping center in Marlton, replacing the famous, but overpriced Cold Stone Creamery. Pinkberry is a well-known franchise with stores located all around the globe, but chose this location to open its first store in...

Bistrot La Minette brings French cuisine to Philadelphia

Bistrot La Minette brings French cuisine to Philadelphia

Chloe Goldstein ('14)/ For Eastside

February 9, 2014

Imagine spiritually transporting yourself to Southern France for a two hour meal. You are sitting comfortably in a pastel red colored booth and taking in the decor of the French style ambiance. Soft classical music plays in the background. You notice scenic landscapes of beaches, castles and farms hanging...

The newly renovated P.F. Chang’s pleases customers

The newly renovated P.F. Chang's pleases customers

Cassidy Rosen-Swell ('16)/ For Eastside

February 9, 2014

The mood is set once you walk through the revolving doors at the newly renovated P.F. Chang’s in Mount Laurel. The pendants descending from the ceiling create dim lighting above the table. The warm shades of brown invite you into this modernized Chinese bistro. Escorted immediately to a booth, my...

The Katz JCC offers activities for nonmembers

The Katz JCC offers activities for nonmembers

Shira Resnick ('17)/ For Eastside

January 27, 2014

The Katz Jewish Community Center, the local community center in Cherry Hill, is now offering special programs and activities for nonmembers as well as for its members. Officiated by local refs, the JCC is starting a Martin Tepper teen basketball league. This special basketball league is open for eight...

Black Friday entices shoppers everywhere

Rachel Vetesi ('14)

November 24, 2013

Traditionally called “Black Friday,” the day after Thanksgiving has become one of the nation’s largest shopping days. It is not considered an official holiday of the United States, however, most non-retail employees and schools have the day off. This, in itself, only increases the number of...

East students get hands-on at the Animal Welfare Association

East students get hands-on at the Animal Welfare Association

Ashley Cooper (’17)/ For Eastside

November 21, 2013

Everyone in Cherry Hill has likely been involved in some form of community service. Whether it be helping a classmate with schoolwork, or volunteering at a local hospital, community service participation is rather common. East students Samantha Mitchell (’17) and Lauren Edson (’17) have taken their...