Columbia Cottage is our local Chinese restaurant -- and it's good. The corner dining room surrounded by windows (you can gaze across the street at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine if it's still light out) is usually crowded with Columbia students and professors who often hail from provinces represented by the menu's varied cuisines: Szechuan, Hunan, and Shanghai.
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