Do you and your friends crave burritos 24/7? It’s a total mood. To feed your burrito craving, head over to Pablo’s Mexican Grill on Main Street in Cedar Falls. They offer customizable burritos, salads, and tacos that range from only $5.70 to $6, so you are not breaking the bank on expensive eating-out options. The highlight of a Pablo’s eating experience? The fresh, homemade salsas that feature flavors like chipotle tomatillo blend, habanero garlic and lime, as well as specialty salsas that rotate every two weeks.

As for dessert, there are many options that fall under $9 or less. One of the best is the new creperie called Tata Yaya, which is also located on Main Street in Cedar Falls. It is a locally-owned business with an eclectic atmosphere that provides customers with savory or sweet crepes, waffles, and soon they will be adding pancakes to their menu.

Photo from Tata Yaya Facebook page

“I think students should check out the restaurant because it is a great homework spot and an escape from campus,” Jessica Sydnes, a third-year Wartburg major, said. “The food is also great and I have the goal to try every item on their menu.”

If you are looking at staying in Waverly, most of you know that Dairy Queen and Four Queens is open for the season, even if it is a bit chilly for ice cream. I know, I know, it is never too chilly for ice cream.


To spice up a boring night, check out this calendar for live music events in cedar falls.

There will be artists performing at locations like Cup of Joe, SingleSpeed Brewing and so many more. Most shows are free or low cost and you may discover your next favorite study band.


If you are looking at having a quick shopping trip on Bremer Avenue, check out Frayed Feather, a new store that opened recently. According to Woman Owned Business, the goal of the store is to help maintain a youthful and positive vibe in Waverly and sell refurbished goods that are given a fresh and modern twist.

Better yet the store offers a 10% discount to college students who show their identification card.

The last thing you should mark your calendars for is the Winter Waverly’s Farmer Market on Mar. 14. This is a great market to go to meet Waverly community members as well as buy fresh produce and goods that can brighten your mood.

Photos taken by Courtney Stucker at Waverly Farmer’s Market


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