Food

  • Food
  • September 8, 2022

3 ways to get free food at the on-campus food pantry

You Hungry? Here Are Three Ways to Get Food at The Thrive Center With the Campus Cafe closed, students have

  • Food
  • March 30, 2022

Everytable opens across the street with healthy, affordable meals

For the same price as a Big Mac combo, you can walk to the Bristol Marketplace and buy a nutritious

  • Food
  • September 9, 2021

Thrive Center opens food pantry in The Village

Students can get free groceries at the Thrive Center’s new food pantry, which launched its soft-opening hours this week.  Registered

5 OC boba shops to try this summer

Boba has become a symbol for Asian culture and is extremely popular among Santa Ana College students. Here are some

  • Food
  • October 14, 2020

Orange County Gets First Vegan Vending Machine in Southern California

Santa Ana native Skyler Tanksley is bringing Southern California’s first vegan vending machine to the 4th Street Market in downtown

  • Food
  • June 23, 2020

Orange County Restaurants Serve Relief to Healthcare Workers

Local restaurants, with the support from the community, have been able to provide nurses and other hospital staff free meals

  • Food
  • October 28, 2019

El Futuro es Vegano at OC’s Only Animal-Free Mexican Restaurant

Inside a narrow hallway that leads to the 4th Street Market food hall, a crowd forms around La Vegana Mexicana’s

Beer Fest Combines Local Craft Brews With Pro Soccer

There are about 60 craft breweries now in Orange County, but there’s still only one semi-professional soccer team. Try two

  • Food
  • November 8, 2018

From L.A. to Santa Ana, Burritos La Palma is Here to Stay

Burritos La Palma is easy to miss, yet in plain sight. The specialty Mexican restaurant — nestled in a strip mall between a dentist and the newly widened Bristol Street at Santa Ana Boulevard — is full of authentic flavors and colorful history. Inside, you won’t find gaudy primary colors or papel picado, instead you’ll find simple and clean earth-tone tables with seating. For food, the menu above the order and cashier counter offers only four food categories: tortas, flautas, quesadillas, and burritos. Evident in the name, these little beauties are La Palma’s claim to fame and are perfect for students and those looking for something fulfilling and snackable.

Don Churros Serves a Homestyle Jalisco Classic

Unlike most new-wave churro places that emphasize toppings and other add-ons, Don Churro brings a homestyle recipe that was perfected by owner Jaime Gomez-Nunez’s grandfather, a respected churro maker in the highlands of Jalisco.