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The Roundup Podcast Ep. 2 - Clubs and Club Sandwiches On this episode: I interview seniors Reid Allison and Sean Tehan of Jesuit’s Political Society, and then resident Roundup foodies Will Fynes and Jacob Totah are here to talk about their favorite restaurants and upcoming video series. 0:25 Political Society Interview 11:25 Will and Jacob on Food 27:26 Shenanigans Listen on iTunes or online...
"Bro, I'm hungry, where do you wanna eat?" "I don't know, it's tough to decide. What options do we have around here?" Every Jesuit high school student has engaged in a conversation similar to this one on a typical Friday after school. Selecting a quality spot to enjoy an after school meal can consume a large portion of your Friday afternoon....
So one thing that y'all may know about me from my Roundup reviews and my Instagram (@Matthews_Meals) is that I enjoy food. I have decided that if the whole "college" thing does not work out, I am going to go to the food network and become the next Guy Fieri, and y'all would be able to say that you...
So... what does the land of the rising sun have to offer besides anime and California rolls? Well, Japanese people, like myself, pride themselves on the huge variety of good food that the country has to offer, besides sushi. This article, will primarily showcase some of the best "non-sushi" meals that the Japanese culture has to offer, things that...
For years, hearing about In-N-Out Burger and its glorious success in California has made me desirous of their legendary food. When the privately-owned chain opened its doors in Allen and Frisco, I, among a thousand others, flocked to get my own “Double-Double” during the opening week. As I walked into the Allen location, I noticed every seat was taken, and...
As we approach the old, stone building, we see the immense line of patrons all eagerly waiting to be admitted inside. Many of them have been waiting since 5:00 am, just to be the first ones in line. We wait for several hours, our anticipation building, before finally seeing the line start to shift forward. Once closer, we detect...
One of the biggest questions for those going to Jesuit Homecoming is where you and your date will go to dinner before the dance. For a lot of people, this is a tough question because you really want to impress her. So I’ve made a list of restaurants with a wide range of prices, cuisines, and locations that are...
Are you ever hungry but too lazy to actually cook anything tasty? Well now, do I have some delicious food choices for you. After football games, soccer games, or basically after any Jesuit event, there are many enticingly greasy options around the Dallas area you and your friends can go eat at, but where do we go? We've all...

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